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Two schools completely went to distance learning in Transbaikalia

Two schools completely went to distance learning in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, due to the coronavirus, two schools have completely switched to distance learning. Restrictions were also introduced in certain classes in 20 schools.

According to the press service of the regional government, 961 people are now studying remotely in two schools in Krasnokamensk and Petrovsk-Zabaikalsk. According to Deputy Chairman Tatyana Tsympilova, 17 groups in 19 kindergartens are also in quarantine. One preschool institution in Aginskoye was closed.

In total, 6 cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Transbaikalia. 181 patients were cured, 4 people died. Now restrictions are being introduced in the region due to SARS and influenza. Because of this, classes in six schools were partially closed.

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