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Covid 19: ‘Reality Shock’ on the first day of preschool at Alert Level 3.

It would be a small thing to say that 3-year-old Anya Schuler was ready to go to preschool after a two-week lockdown.

“She woke up this morning, grabbed her clothes, told me what she wanted in her lunch box, and really wanted to help,” said Sonal.

“Getting out of the house was easier than ever.”

But instead of running through preschool doors, children aged 0 to 6 were told to wait in the car park with their parents, play the center and wait for a teacher to come out.

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3-year-old Anya Schuler and her mother Sonal were a little scared that the way to go to the Covid 19 preschool seems to be below Alert Level 3.

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3-year-old Anya Schuler and her mother Sonal were a little scared that the way to go to school before the Cove 19 procedure looks like Alert Level 3.

“We were told to keep a distance, wear masks, check our temperature, and sign with our pens,” he said.

Schuller said that during Level 3, preschool attendance procedures were ‘full on’, but necessary.

“It simply came to our notice then.

“It simply came to our notice then.

“It’s a little scary, but I guess we have to do it all to keep it safe.”

The Ministry of Education provided the information. A bulletin Sent to schools on August 29.

He said schools and early learning services are open for 0-10 years if their parents or carers need to go to work and there is no alternative person to supervise them.

Edmund Meh, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and General Manager of Evolol Education Group, said he is happy to move forward and support families, children and the community.

“Our whole focus is on making sure we’re level 3 right and keeping our children, our families and our people safe,” Mah said.

Edwin Gauss checked the host temperature on the first day before going to preschool at Odd Alert Level 3.

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Edwin Gauss checked the host temperature on the first day before going to preschool at Odd Alert Level 3.

Returning to daycare brought mixed feelings for 3-month-old Edwin Goose and his brother Marcel for 20 months.

Mom Demi Goose said that when she realized that things were different, her enthusiasm turned to anxiety.

“Everyone was wearing a mask. You had to scan your head. You see your teacher, but you are not allowed to run to him. You have to wait and sign.”

“It’s the first day, and they don’t understand. I think they forgot a little bit … Two weeks is a long time for them,” Goose said.

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Cowed 19 Response Minister Chris Hopkins and Director General of Health Dr. Ashley Bloomfield give an update at a press conference on September 1 at 1 p.m.

Marlborough Alert Level 3 moved to Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on Tuesday after two weeks.

Auckland was expected to remain at level 4 for a few more weeks, as more cases of the Delta of the Cove 19 are found in the community.

Marlborough could move to Alert Level 2 next Tuesday night.

Goose said the lockdown was difficult because her husband, an electrician, was working, and she had to work from home.

“I finance, so people still have to pay, life works for me.

“I set up an office in the middle of my kitchen because my kids spend a lot of time there, so I can keep an eye on them.”

Demi Goose said it was good to get back to normal after the 'challenging' lockdown of working from home with her two sons.

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Demi Goose said it was good to get back to normal after the ‘challenging’ lockdown of working from home with her two sons.

Gouws, who is three months pregnant, said the outbreak was emotionally strong.

“You have to read information pages about things from work, from the government, from school.

“There is a lot to take, but it’s worth it, it’s necessary.

Gauss, who is from South Africa, said the Covid 19 procedure was a difficult sacrifice.

“But as a community, as a country, we need to live together. We see what other countries are going through, and we need to learn from that.”

“I think New Zealand is doing very well.

“We have to get back to normal at some point,” Goose said.

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