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Several schools in Yakutia switched to distance learning

Several schools in Yakutia switched to distance learning
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In several schools in Yakutia, children were transferred to distance learning. The reason is the lack of heating.

According to the press service of the Yakutia government, some of the social facilities have not yet been connected to heating. Because of this, students and pupils were transferred to distance learning. Only in Yakutsk, out of 63 kindergartens, 50 have heating, out of 53 schools - in 38. There is also no heat in one institution of additional education, nine health care facilities, 11 - culture and one children's and youth sports school.

According to the Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy of Yakutia, Dmitry Sadovnikov instructed to connect all social facilities by the end of this week. If it is necessary to ensure the loading of boiler rooms, they will also provide heating in the housing stock.

Also, there is no heating yet in 10 boarding schools for the elderly and disabled. At the same time, the heating season has already begun in 17 districts of the republic, and three more districts will be connected from September 7.

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