The Ministry of Education announced full-time education 56% of schoolchildren

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More than 56% of students in Russian schools are in full-time education. This was stated by the First Deputy Minister of Education of Russia Dmitry Glushko on the air of the TV channel “Russia 24” on Thursday, November 19.

“56% of the country’s school students are in full-time education,” he said.

According to the Deputy Minister, today 0.07% of the total number of schools are in quarantine, which is 26 schools in 12 regions.

He noted that the department considers the situation in the schools themselves calm.

According to Glushko, the school today is “the safest place where a child can be.”

Earlier on Thursday, the Telegram channel of the Ministry of Education “Big Change of the Russian Federation” published an infographic, according to which six schools went into quarantine on November 18, and seven schools ended. Among individual classes, those closed for quarantine account for 0.56% of the total.

On November 17, the department reported 27 schools that had gone into quarantine.

On the same day, the situation center of the Ministry of Education told Izvestia that more than 70% of Russian schools continue to work in full-time format. At the same time, most other schools use a mixed format of full-time education and training using distance learning.

Schoolchildren in Moscow went on two-week vacation in early October due to the epidemiological situation in the city.

Since October 19, 500 thousand pupils of 6-11 grades have continued their distance learning. Students in grades 1-5 returned to school. In all educational organizations, additional sanitary safety measures introduced from September 1 are observed.

Up-to-date information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites of stopcoronavirus.rf and access vsem.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVotre. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.

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