MEiN and Ministry of Health and GIS guidelines for primary and secondary schools, effective September 1, 2021.

02.08.2021

The Ministry of Education and Science, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and the Directorate of Health Inspection, has prepared guidelines for primary and secondary schools, which will apply from September 1, 2021. It is a set of recommendations and recommendations aimed at safety and sanitary organization of classes in epidemic conditions in the new school year.

Guidelines for primary and secondary schools

Guidelines have been developed to increase the safety of students and teachers when they return to residential work in schools and educational institutions. They contain general and specific recommendations. The guidelines also emphasize that after a long period of distance learning, activities in the area of ​​health safety and mental health care for children and adolescents should be combined.

General recommendations include information on disinfection, hygiene, ventilation, use of protective masks, and maintaining social distance. Vaccination against COVID-19 is also recommended for school workers and students in certain age groups.
Detailed recommendations relate to the following:

  • class organization,
  • Hygiene, cleaning and disinfection of rooms and surfaces,
  • gastronomy
  • Actions in case of suspected infection of employees.

The instructions also include links to:

  • hand washing instructions,
  • hand sanitizer instructions,
  • Instructions on how to properly remove the mask,
  • Instructions on how to properly remove gloves,
  • list of biocides products,
  • Recommendations for ventilation and air conditioning systems.

We encourage you to read the guidelines.

Materials

Guidelines for MEiN, Ministry of Health and GIS September 2021
Guidelines _MEiN _MZ_ and _GIS _September _2021.docx
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Guidelines for MEiN, Ministry of Health and GIS September 2021
Guidelines _MEiN_MZ_F_GIS_September_2021.pdf
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