With Doctors And Their Place On The Street: How Kindergartens Will Work In Crimea

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With Doctors And Their Place On The Street: How Kindergartens Will Work In Crimea
With Doctors And Their Place On The Street: How Kindergartens Will Work In Crimea

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SIMFEROPOL, May 16 - RIA Novosti Crimea. From May 18, in kindergartens of the Republic of Crimea, the number of duty groups for children will be increased, however, certain rules will also be established in preschool institutions. Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Elena Romanovskaya spoke about this at a meeting of the headquarters on the situation with coronavirus in Crimea. The exact number of groups will be determined by the end of the day today. Parents will need to write an application to return their children to kindergartens. Preschools will continue to work with no more than 12 children in each group.

At the same time, according to the Deputy Prime Minister, the children's day will begin with an examination of district doctors, who will be invited to kindergartens for this.

“There should be a dedicated space for each group to be screened by health officials without crowding. Parents will have to stay outside after the child is enrolled in kindergarten. The child will be screened for health reasons to prevent skidding. infections, and ARVI, and acute respiratory infections in a children's institution, "- explained the mechanism Romanovskaya.

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Each group should have its own room, equipped with a recirculator and constantly ventilated. Kindergarten workers will need to make sure that children from different groups do not come into contact with each other. This also applies to outdoor games, of which, according to the recommendation of the Ministry of Health and Rospotrebnadzor, there should be as many as possible, if the weather permits.

"The group should be assigned a certain place on the site, where only this group will be in the fresh air and take walks. Naturally, thermometry, this is not excluded," said Romanovskaya.

At the same time, the Crimeans were advised not to rush to return their children to kindergartens.

“We, of course, appeal to the parents who have the opportunity for their children to stay at home with their parents, if possible,” the Deputy Prime Minister concluded.

As RIA Novosti Crimea previously reported, on May 18, a new edition of the decree of the head of the republic comes into force in the region, in which the clause on mandatory self-isolation is replaced with a recommendation not to leave the place of residence unnecessarily.

Restrictions on a mandatory basis remain for persons over 65 years old, and it is still prohibited for minors to be on the street unaccompanied by adults.

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