In the past 24 hours, there were 27 new cases of coronavirus infection and community-acquired pneumonia in Bishkek. The capital’s mayor’s office continues to fight COVID-19 and the city’s Emergency Anti-Epidemic and Anti-Epidemic Commission, headed by Vice Mayor for Social Affairs Aizhan Chynybaeva, is monitoring the epidemic situation in Bishkek.
With the permission of epidemiologists of the Center of Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance, the Commission decided to launch the training offline for the four classes (1, 5, 9 and 11 grades) from January 18, 2020, of course, with mandatory compliance with all sanitary and epidemiological requirements.
All this time we, together with specialists from the Department of Education, physicians and epidemiologists have been clearly monitoring the situation, monitoring the educational process in an era of pandemic.
The epidemiological situation has slightly stabilized, but it is too early to relax, in connection with this, it was decided to temporarily postpone the resumption of the educational process offline for the remaining classes and kindergartens.
Dear parents and children! We are concerned about the health of each of you, so we ask for your understanding and patience with this decision. We sincerely hope that very soon we will be able to resume the activities of the educational institutions to the fullest extent.
Dear citizens! Bishkek Mayor’s Office asks to check the information in social networks and messengers from official sources, and do not believe fakes.