11:10 / 12.01.2022

Number of quarantine restrictions imposed on kindergartens in Uzbekistan

Quarantine rules are strictly followed in preschool education institutions, the Ministry of Preschool Education reported.

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It is noted that certain restrictions were imposed after the entry of the omicron strain of coronavirus into the country.

According to the Ministry of Preschool Education, the state preschool educational institutions strictly adhere to the “Temporary sanitary and hygienic requirements for the activities of preschool educational institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic”.

It was noted that holding social events in public kindergartens will be temporarily restricted.

Parents and guests are not allowed to enter (if necessary, they must present a 3-day PCR test and a certificate of vaccination).

Meetings will be limited, and if necessary, measures will be taken to hold meetings in videoconferencing mode.

In case of violation of these restrictions, appropriate sanctions (penalties, fines, etc.) shall be applied.

Earlier, the press service of the Ministry of Public Education reported that the winter holidays in schools in Uzbekistan have been extended until January 24.

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