Artemisa, Cuba - The Cuban government makes great efforts to guarantee the education of all its inhabitants from the earliest stages of life. In these difficult times of the pandemic, where we face great challenges, both social and economic, the country's top management determined to continue the school year and return joy to the classrooms.
For this, all educational centers must comply with the hygienic-sanitary indications of the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Education (MINED) to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and preserve the health of the students.
At the Manuel Valdez Technical Institute of the municipality of Artemisa, all these measures are carried out to prevent the contagion and spread of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
The reduction of the enrollment of each group is prioritized to achieve in the classroom maintaining the physical distance established between the students, the use of the face mask is ensured constantly and the cleaning protocol is carried out on a daily basis at the end of the school day and the disinfection with sodium hypochlorite solution.
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