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School was closed due to fumes of radioactive gas in the Jewish Autonomous Region

School was closed due to fumes of radioactive gas in the Jewish Autonomous Region
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In the Jewish Autonomous Region, by a court decision, the work of a school was suspended for 60 days. In two offices, a dangerous excess of the maximum permissible concentration of radon was found.

As EastRussia was informed in the regional government, radon was found in a school in the village of Yekaterino-Nikolskoye, Oktyabrsky District. Now the educational institution is carrying out sanitary inspections. The municipality administration plans to appeal the decision of the district court. According to the head of the district education department Larisa Lunina, it is irrational to suspend classes for the entire school because of two classrooms. There are examples in the region where access was restricted to only certain rooms.

In total, 180 students study at the school according to the general education program and 76 - according to the correctional program. All this time they will learn according to the new scheme. Thus, primary school students will move to the premises of the kindergarten, where there is a free study. Schoolchildren of the fourth, ninth, tenth and eleventh grades will study in Amurzet: they will be taken by bus. The rest of the classes will switch to distance learning.

 

 

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