Mexico City /
After President Andrés Manuel López Obrador asked to open the schools of Campeche so that there is a return to face-to-face classes, due to the fact that the entity is on a green traffic light of covid-19, the state secretary of Education, Ricardo Koh CambranisHe stated that the entity is analyzing the possibility, although he warned that it will not be in January when the students return to class.
This morning, the President asked Campeche and Chiapas reopen schools and even offered teachers vaccine against covid-19 for this to be a possibility, to which the state official stated that the possibility is being analyzed and said that if the vaccine is to be made available, it must be applied throughout the educational sector.
“At this time we would not be returning to face-to-face classes Because there has been mobility in the state and we hope that this behavior with a green light will continue, but we must make the right decisions and not put health at risk. We will be aware of this situation to make the right decisions. ”“ (…) There must be balance, be certain that with the vaccine we can all attend and there is no possibility of contagion, ”he said in an interview with MILENIO Television.
He added that the possibility has been discussed with teachers and parents, who indicated, rejected a return to face-to-face classes due to the risk of contagion.
In addition, he said that the return of face-to-face classes will generate greater mobility in the entity, which could also favor coronavirus infections.
“We have to take care of the entire educational system, we cannot leave without a vaccine to another part, it must be balanced, we are in the provisions that this can always be given and taking care of the health of the campechanos, because it is not just one sector because this mobility, parents could have contagions “, he indicated.
Campeche and Chiapas are the only entities that are on a green warning light for coronavirus and according to the provisions of federal authorities, they are the only ones that could have face-to-face classes again.