After detection of two cases of Delta variant: Junji officials call for a stoppage due to lack of sanitary measures

This Tuesday Junji officials will initiate a stoppage due, as they point out, to the lack of adequate sanitary measures that allow them to carry out their work safely

The National President of APROJUNJI, Luis Daza, said that “we express our total rejection of government policies related to return in person as if we were in a context of normality. Throughout the pandemic, we have raised our voices for thousands of initial education workers, boys, girls and their families demanding that the return in person be given in safe and consistent conditions. We have not signed any type of agreement with the authority, and we have gone forward defending the life and rights of JUNJI workers ”, he emphasized.

The leader also expressed that the Government “has turned a deaf ear” with the demands, and that the Minister of Education, Raúl Figueroa “with his stubbornness and protocols created from a desk, has fostered the work burden of thousands of garden officials. children ”.

“We demand, according to these cases of the Delta variant in the RM and Araucanía, that safe conditions of return in person be promoted for children, educators, assistants, technicians and administrators of kindergartens and while that does not happen we make a call to Paro National sit-down without ethical shifts on September 14, 15 and 16, “he said.

Finally, the representative of the workers of the Junji, explained that this measure is to summon the government authorities “to recognize that a return as if they were normal times was a mistake and that it is not enough to have some indices that show some improvement at the country level. The conditions have not been optimal and the kindergarten workers have had to apply imposed protocols, which sometimes escape the realities of educational units in terms of infrastructure and hygiene ”he stated.

This Tuesday Junji officials will initiate a stoppage due, as they point out, to the lack of adequate sanitary measures that allow them to carry out their work safely

The National President of APROJUNJI, Luis Daza, said that “we express our total rejection of government policies related to return in person as if we were in a context of normality. Throughout the pandemic, we have raised our voices for thousands of initial education workers, boys, girls and their families demanding that the return in person be given in safe and consistent conditions. We have not signed any type of agreement with the authority, and we have gone forward defending the life and rights of JUNJI workers ”, he emphasized.

The leader also expressed that the Government “has turned a deaf ear” with the demands, and that the Minister of Education, Raúl Figueroa “with his stubbornness and protocols created from a desk, has fostered the work burden of thousands of garden officials. children ”.

“We demand, according to these cases of the Delta variant in the RM and Araucanía, that safe conditions of return in person be promoted for children, educators, assistants, technicians and administrators of kindergartens and while that does not happen we make a call to Paro National sit-down without ethical shifts on September 14, 15 and 16, “he said.

Finally, the representative of the workers of the Junji, explained that this measure is to summon the government authorities “to recognize that a return as if they were normal times was a mistake and that it is not enough to have some indices that show some improvement at the country level. The conditions have not been optimal and the kindergarten workers have had to apply imposed protocols, which sometimes escape the realities of educational units in terms of infrastructure and hygiene ”he stated.

This Tuesday Junji officials will initiate a stoppage due, as they point out, to the lack of adequate sanitary measures that allow them to carry out their work safely

The National President of APROJUNJI, Luis Daza, said that “we express our total rejection of government policies related to return in person as if we were in a context of normality. Throughout the pandemic, we have raised our voices for thousands of initial education workers, boys, girls and their families demanding that the return in person be given in safe and consistent conditions. We have not signed any type of agreement with the authority, and we have gone forward defending the life and rights of JUNJI workers ”, he emphasized.

The leader also expressed that the Government “has turned a deaf ear” with the demands, and that the Minister of Education, Raúl Figueroa “with his stubbornness and protocols created from a desk, has fostered the work burden of thousands of garden officials. children ”.

“We demand, according to these cases of the Delta variant in the RM and Araucanía, that safe conditions of return in person be promoted for children, educators, assistants, technicians and administrators of kindergartens and while that does not happen we make a call to Paro National sit-down without ethical shifts on September 14, 15 and 16, “he said.

Finally, the representative of the workers of the Junji, explained that this measure is to summon the government authorities “to recognize that a return as if they were normal times was a mistake and that it is not enough to have some indices that show some improvement at the country level. The conditions have not been optimal and the kindergarten workers have had to apply imposed protocols, which sometimes escape the realities of educational units in terms of infrastructure and hygiene ”he stated.

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