J. K. Rowling gives ‘Harry Potter’ as a solution to the teachers for the quarantine of the coronavirus


J. K. Rowling, and their agents The Blair Partnership have offered to license open to teachers so that they can read the Harry Potter books students may not go to class due to quarantine by the COVID-19.

Harry Potter

Teachers will be able to post videos, reading aloud the seven books that comprise the saga of the young magicians british, and must be published in the closed platforms educational of each center. The measure will be in place until the end of the school year, or until the end of July in the case of the southern hemisphere. The complete guidelines are published on the website of the author. Thanks to this, students from all over the world will be able to enjoy the saga from their homes, without infringing on the copyright of the writer.

Continues to the pandemic crisis

The world is paralyzed and the film productions have been the first to be suspended. The saga of ‘fantastic beasts’ is also affected, which stalled the filming of the third installmentwith a premiere scheduled for the November 12, 2021. The cast consisting of Jude Law, Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston or Ezra Miller, among many others, will be repeated on this occasion, as the director of the tape, David Yates.