The Saxon schools have shown themselves to be after their re-opening in the Corona-crisis as Hotspots and infections. This is a result of a study by the University hospital of Dresden, whose first Phase was unveiled on Monday. At 2045 examined the blood of doubt, samples were in twelve cases, free of antibodies against the causative agent of Sars-CoV-2 has been demonstrated. In some schools, there had been a confirmed Corona cases. However, disproportionately more antibodies't be there with teachers and students in schools undetectable.
the dynamics of The virus spread had so far been overestimated, it said. But that does not mean that the Virus is less dangerous, said study leader Reinhard Berner. Were studied in may and June, more than 1500 students and about 500 teachers from Dresden schools and schools in the district of Bautzen. The study was not representative numbers for regions with low Infection, - said the Bernese.
Saxony's schools return after the summer holidays, back to normal operation. "Schools are the main places of the Virus," said Minister of culture Christian Piwarz (CDU) in Dresden. "The pupils are taught as usual in their classes and rates in accordance with the applicable timetables and curricula," said Piwarz. So back to full school attendance is compulsory for all school existed from the end of August types and grades.
curricula should not be thinned
The schools had already been at the end of last week about the plans, said Piwarz and spoke of a planned "as a rule, operating under pandemic conditions." So there will be more rules for hygiene, the observance of a Minimum distance of 1.50 metres and not more applicable in the future. This is in General not possible. On the Wearing of the mouth-nose masks, each school could decide on its own, said Piwarz more. Parents of primary school children would have to make in the new school year is no daily health confirmation. Teachers therefore have the possibility, under presentation of a medical certificate from classroom teaching to free.Updated Date: 13 July 2020, 13:19