In Ukraine have been protests against distance learning, media reported
Protest against distance learning, introduced because of the quarantine, was held in Independence square in Khmelnitsky in Ukraine, announced the publication of "Susplan" ("Public").
Earlier the Secretary of Council of national security and defense of Ukraine Alexey Danilov said that most schools in the country in the fall can register for the distance learning due to the coronavirus. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky expressed the hope that the second wave of coronavirus can avoid children from 1 September to start teaching in schools in normal mode, because the country is not technically ready for distance learning. Later, the head of the Ministry of health Maxim Stepanov did not rule out a mixed form of training.
"In Khmelnytsky on Independence square was held to protest against distance learning. The event was attended by about 250 participants, some people had signs, "No distance education!", "Students of day form of education". The protesters were opposed to distance learning, and quarantine in General, protests and collected signatures under the resolution, which will continue to transmit in the high court of the region and the country", - said the publication on its website.
The publication noted that the protesters came first Deputy head of the regional administration Roman Primus and said that the regional government also supports the abolition of distance learning from September 1.
World health organization March 11 announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, the world revealed more than 14.5 million cases of infection, over 607 thousand people died.