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School: Flc Cgil, on unacceptable infections improvisations

2021-12-01T11:37:07.794Z

"Less than 24 hours after the release of a joint note from the Ministries of Education and Health that updated the indications for the management of positive cases in the school environment, providing immediate distance learning for the whole class an ... (ANSA )



(ANSA) - ROME, 01 DEC - "Less than 24 hours after the publication of a joint note from the Ministries of Education and Health that updated the indications for the management of positive cases in the school environment, providing immediate distance teaching for the whole class also in the presence of only one contagion, the two ministries deny themselves with a new note.


   With these contradictory indications on such a delicate issue, schools are again thrown into a situation of chaos and confusion that increases the already difficult daily management of contagions aggravated by the scarce support of the ASL prevention departments. What has happened is of unprecedented gravity and is symptomatic of how certain choices made in the school are the result of improvisation even at the highest political levels ". with the next Budget Law. The government, without further delay, adopts measures to protect the health and safety of millions of students and workers, starting with the reduction of the number of pupils per class and per institute and the confirmation ofcovid staff also for the Ata staff ". These and many other reasons - concludes the trade union - are the basis of the claim platform of the school strike and of the school managers called by the FLC CGIL, Uil scuola, Snals Confsal and Gilda Unams, for the next 10 December. (ANSA ).


Source: ansa

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