Millions of children in Australia have returned to schools in the states of New South Wales and Queensland as numbers of COVID-19 patients in hospitals across the country fall. The two states on Monday joined the less populous Western Australia and South Australia states and the Northern Territory in resuming face-to-face learning, instead of studying from home online. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Monday students and teachers had to observe one key message: Stay home if sick. We're not out of the woods yet. We have to take each day as it comes, each week as it comes and we keep our fingers crossed that Queenslanders will continue to flatten that curve, Palaszczuk said. The remaining jurisdictions -- Victoria and Tasmania states and the Australian Capital Territory -- plan to send students back to school in stages through early June. While New South Wales, Australia's most populous state, and Queensland, the third-most populous state, agree on reopening schools, ...
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