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Free access to kindergartens allowed on Sakhalin due to coronavirus

Free access to kindergartens allowed on Sakhalin due to coronavirus

In the Sakhalin Region, new measures are being introduced to combat the spread of coronavirus infection. Schoolchildren will study remotely, and kindergarteners will switch to free attendance.

According to the press service of the regional government, if parents have the opportunity to observe the regime of self-isolation or there is someone in the family to sit with the child, then it is enough to write a statement addressed to the head, and the place will be reserved for the baby. Parental fees will not be charged for missing days.

Distance learning is being introduced for schoolchildren on March 23. The spring holidays in the region passed ahead of schedule - they were supposed to end on March 25. However, it was decided not to resume classes in classrooms, but to transfer students to distance learning, which would exclude contacts with others. The list of resources available for such classes has already been compiled in the regional Ministry of Education. Universities will also switch to distance learning from April 1.

In Sakhalin, only two residents of the region suspect coronavirus. Earlier, the authorities of the island region accepted a series of anti-epidemic measuresthat will help counter the spread of a dangerous disease. In particular, state employees banned travel abroad, purchased additional stock medical masks suspended message from Hokkaido.


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