In July, the division authorised rules for the work of colleges, kindergartens, camps, in addition to circles and sections in a pandemic. In youngsters’s organizations, it was forbidden to carry mass occasions through which youngsters from completely different teams take part, as well as, colleges are required to assign a particular workplace to every class. The lesson needs to be scheduled in such a method that contacts between college students are minimized. Additionally, when coming into an academic establishment, youngsters should bear obligatory thermometry.
These guidelines are legitimate till January 1, 2021, however now we’re speaking about the truth that the restrictions can be prolonged till January 1, 2022.
On the similar time, the precise to decide on the introduction of distance studying stays with the regional authorities, that are guided by the epidemiological scenario in a selected constituent entity of the Federation. As well as, the varsity administration can independently declare a quarantine or switch particular person lessons or the whole academic establishment to “distant management”. Colleges can impose restrictions not solely in case of detection of COVID-19 amongst college students, but additionally in case of a excessive incidence of SARS.
In keeping with Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, at present greater than 275 thousand schoolchildren examine remotely, 31 colleges are closed for quarantine. 2.4 million college students have switched to the distant studying format, which is nearly 58% of the overall variety of college students in Russian universities. Greater than 1 million individuals are transferred to a blended distance-full-time training.