Again! Return to face-to-face classes postponed in Chihuahua

The increase in infections by covid-19 in the state of Chihuahua, forced Governor María Eugenia Campos to postpone for the second time the return to face-to-face classes at the preschool, primary and secondary levels.



The governor emphasized the imminent return to the red light if infections continue to rise.  Photo: Special


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The governor emphasized the imminent return to the red light if infections continue to rise. Photo: Special

With the increase in infections, hospitals were saturated and some have been converted to deal exclusively with covid cases.

The State Health Council determined to postpone the return of face-to-face classes for 2 more weeks, as well as the reinforcement of preventive measures and the increase in communication of risks of the pandemic.

The governor of the state of Chihuahua, Maru Campos, stressed that currently the conditions required for returning to face-to-face classes do not exist, since girls and boys can also be infected with the disease.

Likewise, the head of the executive called for empathy, since the girls and boys who attend the more than 4,200 schools in the public sector have not received the vaccine and many of these schools do not have the equipment, nor the infrastructure necessary to prevent contagion; and furthermore, they do not even have hot flashes to protect themselves from a possible aggravation of the disease.

The governor emphasized the imminent return to the red light if the infections continue to rise, therefore, urged citizens to take preventive and forceful actions to avoid infections and hospitalizations, in order to avoid stopping the state economy and continue efforts to sustain it.

In the state of Chihuahua there are 14 hospitalized children in children’s hospitals, of which 7 are seriously ill.

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