A school in La Molina suspended its extracurricular courses that it had been taking outdoors after detecting two positive cases of COVID-19 in two minors. According to information from Milagros Sáenz from Volvamos a Clases a La República, these infections occurred outside of class and he said that the people who were in contact with both children and the spaces they used have been quarantined.
“They are extracurricular activities of the school that were given outdoors, but not inside the classrooms. These are given in the schoolyard and with the use of masks. According to information from the school itself, quarantine has been arranged in these spaces and their subsequent disinfection, ”he mentioned.
Likewise, he stressed that the protocols were given in a timely manner, so that more infections were avoided. “It should be noted that the protocols are good and this prevents it from expanding. Likewise, the curricular activities carried out by minors are always with masks and with everything given by the Ministry of Education ”.
Although the quarantine was ordered for the group of students who were close to the minor and the place was disinfected, as of September 15, the school will continue with its extracurricular courses, since there are other degrees that have not been in contact with infected people.
Through a statement, the parents of the school located in La Molina also ratified the information and indicated that the protocols were activated effectively. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education mentioned that diagnostic tests were taken to all teachers, classmates and students who were close to those infected. These results were negative.
As of September 15, some schools in Metropolitan Lima will begin with blended classes. It should be noted that these institutions have been enabled and have the protocols from the use of masks, capacity reduction and other points.
In the Minedu list, published on September 6, there are 15 private educational centers and one public. These institutions are located in the districts of Surco, San Luis, San Borja, Surquillo, Miraflores, Barranco and Chorrillos.
What schools will open their doors this September 15?
- British Peruvian School
- San Silvestre School
- Pestalozzi College Association
- Franco Peruvian School
- Hiram Bingham
- Villa Maria Miraflores School
- Markham College
- Augusto Weberbauer
- Funny Faces Garden Crib
- San Ignacio de Recalde School
- I. E. I. Semilla Azul
- Immaculate Heart College
- Alexander von Humboldt
- IEI 42 Elizabeth Espejo de Marroquín (public school)
- Cambridge College Lima
- Friendship Garden.
Two more schools will return to classes in Lima
the private institution Cambrigde CollegeIn Chorrillos, he will receive his students from the three levels of school education. A day later, the initial level public school will do the same. Elizabeth Marroquin Mirror, in Miraflores.
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