The Moscow region is ready to host school lines on September 1. This was announced by the Governor of the Moscow Region on August 27.
“We have everything ready to hold a line-up on September 1,” Vorobiev said on the air of the “360” TV channel.
According to Vorobyov, parents of schoolchildren can come to the lines, but they must comply with all security measures for COVID-19.
Vorobyov noted that he was attentively, especially in recent months, to ensure that all precautions were followed. “Today, nothing prevents us from starting the school year,” the governor summed up.
According to the headquarters of the region on August 27, 148 cases of coronavirus were recorded in the region over the last 24 hours. In total, during the pandemic, 67,599 cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the Moscow region, 1174 people died, 51,035 people recovered.
On August 17, Rospotrebnadzor and the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation recommended holding school lines on the first day of the new school year in the open air and by class. Participants in the event must use personal protective equipment.