Given the possible return to face-to-face classes, authorities will be working to prevent the spread of the virus in minors.
QUINTANA ROO – Since the pandemic began, 2,521 positive cases of COVID-19 in minor children have been registered in the state of Quintana Roo, according to the report of the Ministry of Health.
Currently, there are 295 active cases of the Delta variant registered in the state. It was also reported that in 80 percent of these cases, the patients have recovered. The number of deaths was not specified.
With the start of the school year and the possible return to face-to-face classes, Alejandra Aguirre, representative of the SEP, announced that she will actively participate in a safe return to classrooms for students and teachers.
Among the recommendations issued for the reactivation of face-to-face classes are the installation of filters, favoring open spaces and avoiding events on campus.
Currently in Quintana Roo, there are 295 registered cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19.
She added that suspected or confirmed positive cases of coronavirus will be published on the safe return platform, with the aim of ensuring and monitoring them.
“Information will be provided on the last day of attendance of the suspected or confirmed case in order to determine if the groups are closed in schools,” said Alejandra Aguirre.
The monitoring will be carried out based on the notifications that are being received on the platform to take the indicated actions and prevent the spread of the virus.
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