Від сьогодні через грип та ГРВІ на вимушені канікули відправили школярів Тернополя Від сьогодні, 12 лютого, на вимушені канікули відправили учнів тернопільських шкіл.Як інформує Цензор.НЕТ, про це повідомляє ТСН. Ранок. Через стрімке зростання кількості хворих на грип і ГРВІ школи закрили на карантин щонайменше на тиждень. Минулого тижня через високу захворюваність дітей на канікули пішли школярі Рівного. У Києві в 75 школах повністю і в 59 школах покласово оголосили карантин. Частково або повністю заняття скасовані в школах майже у всіх регіонах. Уроки не проводяться в Мукачівському районі Закарпаття, у Житомирі та Чернівцях. Частково пішли на карантин учні на Львівщині, Волині, Запоріжжі, у Вінницькій, Миколаївській, Дніпропетровській та Харківській областях.Источник: https://ua.censor.net.ua/n3049843
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