EN LAS AULAS. Alumnos de nivel primario asisten a una clase. Foto de Archivo / LA GACETA

The Minister of Education, Jaime Perczyk, He stated that on March 2, “all the country’s students will be in the classroom”, and that three months after the start of the pediatric vaccination campaign, to date “we have more than 83% of the adolescents in between 12 and 17 years with the scheme started, and more than 64% with the full scheme ”.

In an encounter with Juan Manzur at the Casa Rosada, the officials talked “about vaccination and classes, with the idea of ​​inviting all the boys to get vaccinated and complete the vaccination schedules in order to guarantee full attendance,” said Perczyk.

In that sense, he anticipated that by March 2, “all the country’s students will be in the classrooms,” while classes will begin in the province of Corrientes -on February 14- and in the City of Buenos Aires on previous dates. on February 21, while 92% of the students will do so on the second day of March.

Regarding vaccination, he said that “after the beginning of the pediatric vaccination campaign in October, we have more than 83% of adolescents between 12 and 17 years old with the scheme started, and more than 64% with the full scheme.”

In the case of children from 3 to 11 years old, “more than 66% started their vaccination schedule and more than 43% completed it,” he said, and pointed out that “in the next eight weeks we must complete the mass vaccination of all boys from Argentina to have a return to the continuous and guaranteed presence ”.

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