In NL high schools and universities they would return to face-to-face classes on May 31
In NL high schools and universities they would return to face-to-face classes on May 31

The return to face-to-face classes for high schools and universities could be on May 31 in Nuevo León in a gradual and voluntary manner, as reported by Governor Jaime Rodríguez Calderón after meeting the Committee on Higher and Higher Secondary Education for the Return to Face-to-Face Classes, the government of Nuevo León and the rectors of all the universities in the entity.

For her part, María de los Ángeles Errisúriz, secretary of Education in the state, revealed that it would be from the end of this month when the return to classes will take place gradually, with the established protocols and in compliance with health to avoid contagions of covid-19.

The state official announced that a calendar would be released to all high schools and universities for the return to school.

Manuel de la O Cavazos, Secretary of Health in the state, said that the high schools and faculties must have two health filters installed at the entrance of the same and at the entrance of the classroom.

Similarly, he stressed that the capacity would be 30 percent in each and every one of the public and private schools.

He added that high schools and universities should have the health protocol that is applied in other establishments and businesses such as: use a mask, apply antibacterial gel, take the temperature frequently, keep a healthy distance and keep the facilities clean.

“Every crisis has an expiration date, (the pandemic) has not yet expired … There is still the possibility of an outbreak, but we must always move forward with care and caution,” said the doctor.

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