Schools/Univ. closure: Open
Restrictive measures mandatory between 02 September 2020 to TBD
An educational institution: shall prescribe the procedures and persons responsible for the compliance with the basic principles (provision of information, distancing, hygiene, monitoring the health condition of a person) and the requirements arising therefrom, including for the organisation and control of the flow of educatees and other visitors, use of common-use premises, organisation of catering, use of laboratories and official accommodation facilities;
As of 7 May 2020, In the area of education, all types of learning processes will continue to take place remotely; children’s camps will currently not be organized.
Considering the provisions of epidemiological safety, pre-schools, together with local governments, will have to decide how to organize learning of 5- and 6-year-old children - in person or remotely.
Taking into account the determined physical distancing and epidemiological safety measures, face-to-face consultations will be permitted in order to get prepared for state examinations or professional qualification examinations. Although compulsory examinations for students of grade 9 are cancelled, face-to-face consultations will be allowed for them.
The decision on the course of the study process in military educational institutions will be made by the Minister of Defence, while the decision for educational institutions of the system of internal affairs will be made by the Minister of the Interior.
It will also be possible to organize non-contact sports trainings or classes in person, observing the following conditions:
no more than 25 people may gather in one training group at the same time;
indoor training time - three hours, outdoors - an unlimited period of time;
the class shall be led by a certified coach;
a mutual distance of two meters has to be observed;
the areas of different training groups should not physically overlap;
children under the age of seven do not participate in training;
instructions of the manager of the sports venue and the coach should be followed;
other physical distancing and epidemiological safety measures which will be developed in cooperation with the Ministry of Health have to be observed.
Previously, On-site learning shall be terminated in all educational establishments by providing remote training from 13 March 2020, with the exception of centralised state examinations. In order to attend pre-school educational institutions, parents shall submit a written statement to the pre-school educational institution on 13 March 2020 by informing that the child and family have not visited any COVID-19 affected countries and have not been in contact with COVID-19 affected persons, and parents do not have any other possibility of providing childcare.
Pre-school educational establishments and institutions providing childcare will have to ensure the work of ‘on-duty’ groups that will look after those children whose parents are unable to do so. To receive this service, parents have to submit once a week a written statement informing that the child and family have not visited any COVID-19 affected country and have not been in contact with COVID-19 infected persons or contact persons. The statement should also include information that parents do not have any other possibility of providing childcare.