“It should be borne in mind that there are other, seasonal, factors influencing the educational process. For example, in Yakutia the other day the temperature in places dropped to minus 50 degrees, which makes it impossible to visit schools. But this is not related to covid", - quotes the words of the minister Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
Kravtsov especially emphasized: the information disseminated in social networks and parental chats that Russian schoolchildren will forever remain on remote control does not correspond to reality.
He also recalled the need for educational institutions to comply with epidemiological measures. “The requirements of Rospotrebnadzor are well known: thermometry, room ventilation, disinfection. They have shown their effectiveness and allow us to preserve the health of students, parents and teachers”, - the Minister of Education emphasized, adding that compliance with the requirements remains under control.
It's worth reminding that yesterday, January 14, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced that schoolchildren would return to full-time education on January 18. At the same time, he promised to unblock their preferential passes.