Russian schools are not planned to be transferred to a distance learning format. This statement was made by the head of the Ministry of Education Sergei Kravtsov, RIA Novosti reports.
“ There are no plans to transfer schools to distance learning and there will be no plans '', “ and ndash; he assured.
According to the minister, such decisions are made depending on the epidemiological situation in individual educational institutions. It is noted that the measures proposed by Rospotrebnadzor have shown their effectiveness. & Nbsp;
“ There are no outbreaks of mass coronavirus if the measures are respected. We believe that extending them is the right decision & raquo ;, & ndash; & nbsp; the head of the department emphasized.
Earlier, Kravtsov said that since Monday, over 90% of schools in Russia have resumed their work in full-time format, in 6% of schools students in grades 5-11 are on distance learning.
In Russia, the number of cases of coronavirus reached 9,031,851, 254,167 people became victims of the virus.