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25% of schools in Yakutsk transferred to distance learning

25% of schools in Yakutsk transferred to distance learning
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In Yakutsk, 13 schools were partially transferred to distance learning - this is 25% of the total number of educational institutions in the city. There are 34 classes completely on distance learning: 28 due to coronavirus, six due to SARS. 

According to the Yakutsk administration, 1 schoolchildren are now studying remotely. Only nine schools (129%) continue to work fully full-time. In the remaining 17 classes are held in a mixed format.

There are closed groups in kindergartens, but not a single kindergarten has completely stopped work. Two groups were closed due to coronavirus, another 15 due to SARS.

Now confirmed in the republic 19 cases of COVID-191, most cases are detected in Yakutsk. Due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the region, catering enterprises were forbidden to hold banquets for more than 15 participants, other restrictions extended until November 30.

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