The National Health Commission and the Ministry of Education yesterday, 23rd, released the latest updates for the prevention and control of covid in colleges, universities, primary and secondary schools and kindergartens.
Schools are required to get the health status and travel information of teachers and students for the 14 days prior to returning to school.
Teachers and students in colleges and universities should provide a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours after returning to school.
Nucleic acid tests can be conducted in batches according to local control requirements.
Teachers and students of primary and secondary schools and kindergartens who have left the country, have been to medium and high-risk areas or other abnormal situations over the summer vacation should provide a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours before returning to school.
Teachers and students will be required to conduct identity and body temperature checks when entering the school.
Service personnel on campus must wear protective masks throughout the work period.
Schools are required to reasonably control personnel density and strictly control gatherings and group activities and to develop reasonable vaccination plans and schedules for people in the right age bracket.
Schools are also required to develop an emergency response plan, carry out multi-scenario and practical emergency drills for epidemic prevention and control to ensure effective response to various emergencies.
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