July 27, 2021

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Rząd rozważa wprowadzenie od września nauki hybrydowej - ustalili dziennikarze RMF FM. Miałaby ona polegać na tym, że część klas uczy się w szkołach a część z domów. Wraca więc dyskusja dotycząca wprowadzania nowych obostrzeń koronawirusowych. To jest związane ze spodziewaną na jesień kolejną falą zachorowań.

Hybrid science from September? The government is considering options

RMF FM journalists have found that the government is considering introducing hybrid science from September. It will be based on the fact that some classes are taught in schools and others at home. So the debate about imposing new restrictions on the coronavirus has returned. This is related to the next wave of cases expected in the fall.

The idea that from September, when the new school year begins, the learning will be conducted in a hybrid system by the Medical Council working on the premiere and the government crisis management team.

The final decision to introduce this hybrid flag from September is not yet availableBecause the government wants to see how the coronavirus situation will change over the holidays.

It’s clear: the more people get vaccinated and the better we stick to coronavirus safety rules, the less chance this scenario will run out. After all, the Minister of Education says the priority is the normal start of schools within two months.

However, it should be noted that almost all forecasts show that this may not be possible due to the state of the epidemic.

Two days ago, the Minister of Health spoke about the possible scenario In early September, October or November, we may have to deal with another acceleration of infection. Adam Nidzelsky mentioned the worst-case scenario, up to 15,000 injuries per day.

He again called on Poles to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

He cited disturbing data showing that since mid-May, there has been an increase in no-shows for the second dose.

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In the opinion of the Minister of Health, this is linked to a reduced sense of threat.

According to the latest data, more than 30 million vaccines have been made in Poland so far. 14 million people have been fully vaccinated, that is, with two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.