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Pupils in year six, 10 and 12 will be the first back in classrooms.
People will be allowed to gather in private homes, gardens or workplaces from Friday.
Guernsey's current system is from 2012 and technical support from its provider will expire in March.
The island has entered Phase Four of its exit strategy, six weeks ahead of schedule.
All students will return with "appropriate" public health measures in place, the States announced.
Plans for the "phased and safe" reopening will be released next week, the government says.
Eight-week-old Charlie has met his wider family for a cuddle for the first time.
The States agrees to examine bringing forward the vote to November.
Patrols which have been suspended since March will restart on the beach in Jersey from Saturday.
States members vote in favour of adapting the "delay, contain, shield" strategy.
The "three musketeers" from Jersey left behind friends and family for radiotherapy in Cambridge.
The borrowing will support local business through the coronavirus crisis, the government says.
Half a school year will attend at a time, while secondary schools will remain shut.
Orchid Care Services is asking islanders to pay up to £75 for an antibody test.
The island's only gas provider has raised prices by 6.5% to compensate for losses during the lockdown.
Islanders will not need to isolate after travelling to the UK, but will have to if they return.