Parents of students of Moscow school number 962 have appealed to the Investigative Committee with a complaint about the decision of the mayor’s office to conduct rapid testing for coronavirus. About it informs “Jellyfish”. From October 14, tests should be conducted in 10 Moscow schools, including GBOU 962.
The authors of the appeal addressed to the head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, are unhappy with the fact that teachers will conduct express tests without parental consent for this procedure, using means of photo or video recording, and who do not pass the test or do not present a negative PCR test will not be allowed to attend classes.
The appeal also states that, in the instructions for the tests that will be used, it is indicated that “the product is intended only for professional use, used only by specialists with special medical training.”
The signatories ask to check whether the head of the Moscow Department of Health Alexei Khripun, the head of the Moscow Department of Education and Science, Alexander Molotkov, and the director of GBOU 962, Larisa Polyakova, have committed violations of the law. If violations are found, the authors of the appeal ask the UK to oblige them to eliminate them.
In October, in most regions of Russia, the epidemiological situation worsened, infectious diseases wards and intensive care units are being filled, and the authorities are beginning to introduce new restrictions. According to the Ministry of Health, the current surge in the incidence is characterized by “a rapid increase in the number of cases, as well as a large number of patients who develop a virtually fulminant course of coronavirus infection – literally within two to three days, requiring resuscitation support.”
October 14 Ministry of Health asked vaccinate and return to work for older doctors who previously went into isolation or retirement due to the pandemic.