In the early hours of this Saturday, the third case of COVID-19 was confirmed after returning to face-to-face classes in Mexico City (CDMX), this time it was at daytime high school number 61, Olga Esquivel Molina, located in the Iztacalco mayor’s office.
Through the official Facebook account, the school reported that classes would be suspended again until further notice, so the lessons will be resumed virtually.
Given this, the school reported that the students who were sharing the classroom with the infected student “will be notified individually for information and surveillance.”
“We hope that the health impact on the students who attended the school will be minimal since security measures such as sanitizing mat at the entrance of the school, temperature taking, correct use of face masks, healthy distance and hand washing were preserved. upon admission ”, highlighted the authorities.
It is worth mentioning that on June 10, the Federal Educational Authority in Mexico City (AEFCM) reported that, during the return to face-to-face classes, the first positive case for COVID-19 was registered in a “student who belongs to the School Technical High School No. 80, located in the Miguel Hidalgo neighborhood, of the Tláhuac mayor’s office.
After the first case of COVID-19 was registered in a student from the Technical High School, the educational community decided to resume distance classes as a preventive measure.
However, a second was later confirmed at the “Emma Godoy” Daytime High School No. 241, located in the La Esmeralda neighborhood of the Gustavo A. Madero mayor’s office.