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Educational institutions of Chukotka will transfer to distance learning

Educational institutions of Chukotka will transfer to distance learning
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In the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the authorities created a regional operational headquarters for the prevention of coronavirus COVID-19. All students of educational institutions in the region are transferred to the readiness mode for distance learning.

Since Tuesday, March 17, in Chukotka, a two-week restriction has been introduced on mass events in the field of education, culture and youth policy. According to the press service of the district government, employers are advised not to allow employees who should be in self-isolation mode to work places, the rest are asked to measure the temperature.

Earlier, in the shift camp at the Kupol field in Chukotka, a worker was identified suspected coronavirus, it turned out that he had previously visited Italy. His samples today will be sent to the virological laboratory "Vector" in Novosibirsk. Also today, experts will take samples from all employees of the mine where the hospitalized worked.

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