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(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 28 – Positive pupils cannot follow lessons in Integrated Digital Education: “the special legislation for the school context linked to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which allowed this method, ceases its effects with the conclusion of the school year 2021/2022 “. This is what the Ministry of Education explains in a vademecum sent today to schools with the main indications for combating the spread of Covid-19 in schools in view of the start of the year 2022/2023. The text summarizes the documents drawn up by the Higher Institute of Health in recent weeks, already sent to schools.

The document of the ministry, to protect fragile pupils, specifies that “the parents of pupils / children who, due to the SARS-CoV-2 virus, are more exposed to the risk of developing adverse symptoms, communicate this condition to the school in writing and documented, also specifying any protection measures to be activated during the presence at school. Following the notification received, the educational institution evaluates the specific situation in conjunction with the territorial prevention department and the pediatrician / family doctor to identify the appropriate precautionary measures to be applied to guarantee the attendance of the pupil in presence and in safe conditions “. The handbook contains, in general, a section with the main questions and answers on the management of positive cases, integrated digital teaching, fragile pupils, in response to the questions received to date from schools. The administrative and accounting help desk service, the official channel of assistance, consultancy and communication between the Administration and the educational institutions, remains always active for every request for clarification. (HANDLE).

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