Nha Trang: Primary school students who do not receive the Covid-19 vaccine must study online

In the past two days, many parents with children studying at primary schools in Nha Trang City suddenly received a notice from their homeroom teacher about requiring students to be vaccinated when they go to school.

A fourth grade homeroom teacher sent information: “According to the notice of the Education Department, children who do not receive vaccines are not allowed to go to school but must stay at home to learn online. So, parents, please let your children participate. The children who have not received the 1st and 2nd dose, then at 8 o’clock on the fourth day, the assistant will take them to school for the injection.”

Another homeroom teacher said that the school principal asked the homeroom teacher to make a list of the children who had received the 1st, 2nd dose of vaccines and that they had not had any. Children who have not been vaccinated must state the reason why they are not vaccinated.

Nha Trang: Primary school students who do not receive the Covid-19 vaccine must study online - Photo 1.

Message from homeroom teacher asking for vaccination

“My child is often allergic to food, allergic to drugs. He has been hospitalized with a fever due to an allergy but for unknown reasons, I am very afraid to receive vaccines. If there are any health problems, Who is responsible for the children?”- said one parent.

Regarding the above issue, on August 19, Mr. Tran Nguyen Lap, Head of Education and Training Department of Nha Trang City, issued a document directing schools to include vaccination in the emulation criteria of the school year.

Specifically, the Department of Education and Training (GD-Training) of Nha Trang City requested to accelerate the progress of vaccination against Covid-19 to achieve the set targets. Complete the 2nd injection for children, students from 5 to under 12 years old, the 3rd injection for students from 12-17 years old; complete the 3rd and 4th injections for officials, teachers and employees over 18 years old by the end of September 2022. Phase 1 injection on August 22 (first day of school for grade 1); Phase 2 on August 29 (the first day of school for the remaining classes and grades).

“Striving by the end of September 30, 2022, schools to mobilize the target of vaccination against Covid-19 for all ages to reach 95% or more. Immunization results are the basis for assessment and average considering emulation in the school year 2022 – 2023”- the document of the Education and Training Office of Nha Trang City clearly stated.

Previously, Mr. Dinh Van Thieu, Vice Chairman of Khanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee, signed a document to prepare for the 2022-2023 school year with the request of the Director of the Department of Health, Chairman of the People’s Committees of districts, towns and cities to implement the implementation. immediately take measures to speed up the progress of vaccination against Covid-19 for pupils and students in the province.

Mr. Thieu also asked chairpersons of People’s Committees of districts, towns and cities to be responsible to the Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee if an outbreak occurs due to low vaccination rates (especially students in schools). ; urgently coordinate with the Department of Education and Training to develop a plan to organize a new school year to ensure epidemic prevention and control, including an online learning plan for schools and classes with low vaccination rates and the possibility of infection. disease is high.

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