Education doesn’t stop in Quintana Roo; Prepare a booster vaccine for teachers

Education Secretary (SEQ) Ana Isabel Vasquez Jimenez Confirmed that Moderna Booster Vaccine is being considered from January 17 to January 19 37 thousand teachers, teachers and administrative staff from across the state.

So far 20 thousand 459 people have confirmed their appointment through the portal https://vacunacionqroo.seq.gob.mx/, which is open from January 13 to 16.

The head of the SEQ recalled that the vaccination would be done at eight different places Cancun, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Playa del Carmen, Felipe Carrillo Puerto and Othon P. Blanco For educational personnel who have a complete vaccination schedule, either for one dose or two doses and six months have elapsed since their last application.

He said that there are enough vaccines for all, for which should not despair And clarified that 18 thousand 181 workers are for registration in the field of education.

“In addition, we have 1,307 canceled appointments for teachers who have already been vaccinated or who have certain COVID-19 infections, based on their age limit,” explained to Vasquez Jimenez At a press conference organized by Fernando Mora GuillĂ©n, the state government’s general coordinator of communications.

On the other hand, he pointed out that in order to prevent the infection and spread of COVID-19, in the period from January 17 to 28 this year, in order to continue to protect the health of school communities, Classes will continue remotely.

Government schools will be established for this community education center (CCA) and at the end of this phase, its continuation will be decided according to the epidemiological risk indicators.

The objective of the CCA is to maintain contact with all students, especially those in vulnerable situations, a section at high risk of falling behind, so that they can build a closer relationship with their teacher, With a view to continuing to guarantee the education of girls, boys and youth, commented.

He assured that staggered attendance for students is among the requirements for setting up of CCA; Preference will be given to students in vulnerable situations; activities can be carried out to strengthen and promote the educational process; The maximum duration of sessions will be 120 minutes with breaks for cleaning and ventilation of equipment and equipment.

Each CCA can have more than one service module, A maximum of 10 people per module and 30% of the campus’ school population, as well as a daily limit of attention, based on physical infrastructure characteristics and hygiene and healthy distance criteria.

Regarding institutions of higher and higher education, he said that the difference with basic education is that it is a population that has already been vaccinated, both teachers, teachers and students, for which they work with small groups of 30. continue to work individually. Percent, Emphasis on workshops, laboratories and clinical areas.

“We’re betting that education doesn’t stop in Quintana Roo, As long as we continue to use health measures as ordered by Governor Carlos Joaquin,” he said.

About the schools ransacked in the months they were closed because of the pandemic, he said there were a total of 494 schools. 156 has been served.

He said that from January 3 to 11, 2022, 293 cases of Kovid-19 have been registered among the education workers and their reports Responsible return on school portal, Out of which 237 work at the basic level, 20 at the higher secondary level and 36 at the higher level, but he clarified that there has been no outbreak of infection in schools.

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