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Montenegro

06. 10. 2020. 00:00   >>  19:15 0

SCHOOL IN BUDVA

Children from the two classes are back in the classrooms

Students of the two classes of the Second Primary School in Budva, after the control and all the collected information, returned to school today, with the explanation and opinion of the local epidemiologist.This was announced by the acting director of that educational institution, Ana Nikezic-Martinovic.

During the morning program of the Television of Montenegro (TVCG) she said that on Sunday evening they received information that a third-grade student was tested for Covidand that the result was positive.

She claims that the school acted extremely responsibly in accordance with the recommendations of the Institute of Public Health (IPH), consulting a local epidemiologist.

"I insisted on receiving a noteas to why for the two classes self-isolation was ordered. The journalists reported it a little freely. It was not self-isolation. There was a situation that from Sunday to Monday we did not have time to check whetherthere were suspicious cases in the classes, "Nikezic-Martinovic said.

She was guided, she says, by the saying that prevention is better than cure.She notes that she perceives school students as her own children, and that a day of absence did not contribute to anything wrong.

"We are now sure that in the class there is no related case, that there is not a single person who has any symptoms at the moment," Nikezic-Martinovic pointed out.

She explains that, although it was Sunday evening, they contacted epidemiologist Vesna Milutinovic, who estimated that at that time it was safest for students to switch to online classes, until she performed a certain check, which will determine whether there were any omissionsduring the first two days, whether the school acted in accordance with the epidemiological measures of the IPH.

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