Minsa vigilant that biosecurity measures are complied with in the country’s schools

An inspection at the First Cycle Panama School, in Bella Vista, was carried out this Wednesday, June 1, by the Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, the Deputy Minister of Education, José Pío Castillero, representatives of the teachers and the parents’ association, in order to verify the practice of the preventive measures. biosafety, such as the proper use of masks and physical distancing, key factors for continuing the school year in person.

“The Ministry of Health (Minsa) has not lowered its guard and continues to be vigilant so that biosafety standards are fully complied with in educational establishments at the national level,” he said, stressing that the primary objective is to reduce the impact and spread of the COVID-19.

“The Minsa regularly inspects educational centers with the purpose of avoiding sources of contagion and if it happened, an analysis would be made of which children should go home in terms of isolation or an entire classroom; if it is a large number of infected people, that school would have to be closed for a few days,” Sucre pointed out.

He added that in the schools where the majority of positive cases have been detected, these measures have been decisive in reducing the impact of contagion and were necessary so that the classes were not severely affected.

Writing by Nancy Pretto

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