Mariupol kindergartens are ready to open on June 1

28 May 2020, 18:13
Society, Education

71 preschool institutions of Mariupol will open their doors on June 1. The Ministry of Health and Education has developed a number of preventive measures to ensure the safe stay of children in kindergartens. About UAH 2 million was allocated from the city budget for their implementation. Mayor Vadym Boichenko personally supervised the progress of providing kindergartens with the necessary materials.

‘From June 1, kindergartens start to accept children. To do this, we have systematically worked out the issue of security. Our task was to provide 6,000 children and staff of institutions with everything they needed, and we coped with it,’
the Mayor stressed.

Thus, thermometers, antiseptic liquid, antibacterial soap, gloves, medical masks, paper towels, disinfectants and garbage bags were purchased. All funds are purchased in the required amount for each preschool institution. They will be delivered to each kindergarten within a few days.

In turn, Deputy Mayor Alexander Kochurin spoke about the regulations of kindergartens in adaptive quarantine.

‘Mandatory requirements include a medical certificate of the child's health, daily temperature screening, mask regimen, antiseptic, daily disinfection of the premises every two hours and a separate collection of personal protective equipment," he said.

Thus, to get a certificate of epidemiology, parents need to call their doctor. After answering a few questions, the doctor will determine the day and time when you can pick up the certificate. Then, by June 30, the child must undergo a mandatory medical examination. Children will be accepted into groups only on the street, at the entrance and temperature screening will be carried out during the day. Educators will need to be in personal protective equipment. The children themselves in masks only come to the institution. Disinfection cleaning will also be mandatory - every two hours. Parent meetings will be held online only.

Deputy Mayor Ksenia Sukhova stressed that an communication algorithm has been set up between the gardens and medical institutions. When the child has the first symptoms of the disease, the information will be immediately given to the pediatrician, to provide timely treatment and compliance with the necessary observation measures.