Covid Campania, 1,512 cases: positivity rate of 13.48 percent

Covid Campania, 1,512 cases: positivity rate of 13.48 percent
Covid Campania, 1,512 cases: positivity rate of 13.48 percent
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In the school year 2022/2023 the distance learning modality ends also for positive pupils. Those with a cold must wear a mask, the sanitary device can still be used by anyone on a voluntary basis

Before the start of the school year, the Ministry of Education sent schools a vademecum with the main indications for contrasting the diffusion of COVID-19. Among the novelties, the Positive pupils cannot follow lessons in Integrated Digital Education: “The special legislation for the school context linked to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which allowed this method, ceases to be effective with the conclusion of the 2021/2022 school year.” The ministry document was drawn up to protect pupils fragile

The text specifies that “the parents of pupils / children who, due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, are more exposed to the risk of developing symptomatologies adverse communicate this condition to the school in written and documented form, also specifying any protective measures to be activated while attending school. Following the report received, the school evaluates the specific situation with the local prevention department and the pediatrician / family doctor to identify the appropriate precautionary measures ”

The vademecum it contains, in general, a section with the main questions and answers on the management of positive cases, integrated digital teaching, frail pupils, in response to questions received from schools. The administrative and accounting help desk service, the official channel of assistance, advice and communication between the Administration and the educational institutions, remains always active – the ministry informs us – for every request for clarification.

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