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Third case of COVID-19 reported after return to face-to-face classes in CDMX
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Third case of COVID-19 reported after return to face-to-face classes in CDMX

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, h...
With three sanitary filters it will be a safe return to face-to-face classes: Health
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With three sanitary filters it will be a safe return to face-to-face classes: Health

The second filter will be given at the entrances of the educational centers, following sanitary measures such as hand washing and temperature taking. A third filter will be carried out throughout the school day, in the classrooms, since during the hours in which girls and boys attend classrooms they may present symptoms of Covid-19.In this case, the teachers must notify the minor's parents, who must pick up the infant and take him to a health specialist who will diagnose the signs presented. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)}; if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version='2.0'; n.queue=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0; t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,...
180 schools will open their doors tomorrow in Coahuila: Riquelme
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180 schools will open their doors tomorrow in Coahuila: Riquelme

Saltillo, Coahuila.- This Monday, May 31, thanks to the work of the union sections, the Specialized Work Table for the return to classes, the Regional Health Subcommittees and in general all the participants of the sector, 180 schools of basic education will open its doors to students within the second stage of the Back to School Pilot Plan in Coahuila.This was reported by Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís when mentioning that within the first stage of the plan, the 70 schools that restarted face-to-face activities reported a good response from students and parents.The work, disposition and strategy of the workers incorporated to the different educational sections was basic, he highlighted, who with their participation allow this Pilot Plan to be successfully implemented, which will inc...
They confirm schools that return to classes and approve Zapal Festival with limited capacity in Saltillo
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They confirm schools that return to classes and approve Zapal Festival with limited capacity in Saltillo

This day, the Covid-19 Southeast Regional Technical Subcommittee approved the return to face-to-face classes in a staggered manner 36 more schools as of May 31.Gerardo Daniel Torres Castilla, Undersecretary of Administration and Human Resources of the Ministry of Education of Coahuila, announced that these schools have a global enrollment of six thousand students; of which, four are at the preschool level; 18 primary, and 14 secondary.Castilla Towers He stated that so far no incidents or suspicious cases have been reported, and added that from the first day of reopening, follow-up visits were made in the educational establishments considered.Regarding economic reactivation activities, the Secretary of Tourism and Development of Magical Towns, Azucena Ramos Ramos, He presented the protoco...
Another 15 schools will return to face-to-face classes on May 31 in the Central Region of Coahuila
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Another 15 schools will return to face-to-face classes on May 31 in the Central Region of Coahuila

Having successfully registered the Safe School Pilot Plan during the previous week, another 14 schools in the central region of Coahuila will open its doors and start face-to-face cases in a hybrid form starting this Monday, May 31.These are the Ignacio Zaragoza, Manuel Acuña, Eulalio Gutiérrez and Rafael Ramírez Castañeda de Monclova elementary schools; the Jesús Rodríguez de la Fuente and Salvador Novo Children's Gardens as well as the Jaime Nuno telesecundaria in Nadadores; the Ignacio Zaragoza Kindergarten, the 85 Technical High School and the María Luis Morales telesecundaria in Castaños.General Venustiano Carranza secondary schools in Cuatro Cienegas, General Roberto Guajardo de los Santos de Candela, Vicente Guerrero in Abasolo and Ramón Méndez Gonzales in Lamadrid.Fernando Gutiér...
Alert for incomplete vaccination scheme in minors before gradual return to school
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Alert for incomplete vaccination scheme in minors before gradual return to school

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination coverage in Mexico decreased dramatically, leaving 4 out of every 10 children under one year of age with an incomplete vaccination schedule, which could mean the resurgence of other diseases.That is why the current relaxation of mobility restrictions and the eventual return to classes, require to guarantee the recovery of routine schemes for the maintenance of the elimination of other diseases preventable by vaccination in our country.According to the General Directorate of Health Information, the accumulated fall in Mexico at the end of December 2020 for the hexavalent vaccine it is estimated between 10 and 30% with respect to the history of applied doses.In Coahuila, the cumulative fall at the end of 2020 for the same vaccine is estimated...
In NL high schools and universities they would return to face-to-face classes on May 31
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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 ...
What to do when a student is suspected of COVID-19
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What to do when a student is suspected of COVID-19

What to do when a student is suspected of COVID-19?Salon filter:1.- For no reason can you let him go alone or leave him outside the school2.- He will go discreetly to the designated isolation area3.- Immediate communication with parents4.- Immediate notification to the epidemiologist of the Sanitary Jurisdiction5.-If parents do not respond, instructions from medical personnel will be followed5a- If parents do not respond, the Office of the Attorney for Children and the Family will be notified5b.- If parents do not respond, a record of facts will be drawn up6.- The Secretaries of Health and Education will be notified7.- If the symptoms are presented by an adult, contact will be restricted and you will be asked to stay at home and call 800 044 8008.- Directorate of educational level will ass...
Expectations are exceeded in the return to face-to-face classes in Coahuila: Higinio González
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Expectations are exceeded in the return to face-to-face classes in Coahuila: Higinio González

Piedras Negras, Coah. - The return to face-to-face classes in Coahuila through the pilot plan implemented by the State Government since last May 17, It has been a success in an atmosphere of joy on the part of the students and teachers who after little more than a year return to their schools, considered the Secretary of Education, Higinio González Calderón.He indicated that expectations were exceeded, highlighting that they had programmed in this first stage to start with 36 schools and 70 were incorporated, being on the expectation that by next week 74 more schools will be added which will have to be reviewed to determine if They are in a position to receive the students.He explained that there were various damages that were caused to the schools during this time in which the student co...
Teachers returning to schools, with the sixth worst paid job in the country
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Teachers returning to schools, with the sixth worst paid job in the country

According to the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO), primary and preschool education professionals have the seventh position at the national level for the lowest paid careers in Mexico.The data reported to the IMCO indicate that these professionals have an average income of 9,947 pesos throughout the country, ranking only above the sixth worst paid position, occupied by professionals in preschool teacher training, which is nine thousand 952 pesos.In detail, the IMCO says that the other five positions that are prioritized as the worst paid before teacher training at primary and pre-school level, are others related to the educational issue itself.In the first position is educational guidance and counseling, which has an average monthly income of 7,874 pesos, and then there are fore...