More COVID fallout for dental students: dental schools in Scotland will not accept new students this upcoming year

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More pandemic fallout is happening for dental students in Scotland as dental schools are deciding not to bring in a new class of dental students in September when the 2021 school year begins. A new report from the BBC explains that due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns, graduations for final year students have been postponed and all classes are being asked to repeat the year which means that the incoming class would have to wait until 2022 to start school. This revelation comes as US dental schools face questions about the experience of graduating dental school classes that have had to face months of shutdowns and decreases in their graduation requirements due to the pandemic.

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