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Distance learning due to frost was extended in schools of Yakutsk

Distance learning due to frost was extended in schools of Yakutsk
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Distance learning for schoolchildren in Yakutsk was extended due to frost. Students will remain remote until January 30th.

According to the press service of the Yakutsk mayor's office, the decision was made by the regional education department in order to preserve the life and health of students. It is also necessary given the spread of coronavirus infection.

In some settlements of Yakutia, in January, they recorded 60-degree frosts... Due to extremely low temperatures, schoolchildren are exempted from full-time classes.

For middle-level students in Yakutia classes canceled at a temperature of -48 degrees in calm weather. When the wind increases, the minimum temperature for canceling classes is shifted by one degree. For pupils of grades 9-11, the activated day is announced with calm frosts from -50 degrees.


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