There are no plans to transfer schools in the Perm region to remote learning due to the detection of measles in students. At the same time, an educational institution can independently introduce distance learning in a single class or the entire school at once. This was reported to URA.RU by the regional Office of Rospotrebnadzor, as well as the Ministry of Education of the Kama region.
“Rospotrebnadzor has not considered and is not considering the transition to remote work. There is no reason for this. The school director always makes the decision to close individual classes or transfer the entire school to a distance learning format; Rospotrebnadzor does not take part in this,” the supervisory agency explained to the agency.
The Ministry of Education also reported that there are no plans to introduce distance learning due to measles. At the same time, the Ministry of Education noted that if sick people are identified at school, “the institution clearly and strictly implements all measures prescribed by Rospotrebnadzor.” This includes taking the necessary measures to separate teams.
Currently, Rospotrebnadzor assesses the situation with measles incidence in the region as “stable.” Since the beginning of this year, measles has been detected in eight people in the Kama region.