Josh Frydenberg weighs in on NSW and Victoria’s back to school plans | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Josh Frydenberg weighs in on NSW and Victoria’s back to school plans | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

There’s finally some clarity for teachers and students in New South Wales and Victoria with almost identical back to school plans now in place. There will be twice-weekly rapid testing for the first four weeks of term one.

In New South Wales, surgical masks will remain mandatory for high school students. And in Victoria, N-95 and surgical masks will be handed out to students in year 3 and above.

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