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There are doubts and fear in relatives of people with vulnerability about returning to face-to-face classes with full capacity

The national Emergency Operations Committee (COE) will analyze the proposal of the Ministry of Education. On Monday the entity will meet and make a decision.

Genesis Tenelema, 18 years old, who is in the third year of high school in a fiscal institution for people with intellectual disability He finished his physical education classes virtually on Friday.

Before the pandemic, the activities were face-to-face. The current class schedule is from 10:00 to 11:00. Before it was from 07:30 to 12:30.

In mid-January 2022 and they would progressively return to the classroom, Although adaptations must be made in the establishment such as the placement of signage.

To Maria De Luna, who is part of the Association of Vulnerable Patients of Ecuador and she is the mother of Génesis, although she is concerned about contagions because her daughter is a vulnerable person, with a disability, consider convenient a physical return to their environment, with their companions, but with the necessary care.

In your daughter’s classroom there were eleven students and she believes that they should be less when they return and emphasized that there should be the respective distance between students.

“I do want her to go because in school he learns“, said.

About how the classes are developed via online, the mother of the family comments that they are complicated because she has had to do sometimes as a teacher or the provision of the internet is not always the most adequate.

The young woman received the two doses against COVID-19.

To return to the presence there was a donation of 120 jars of gels.

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Patricia Lema She is the mother of a kid 9 years old who has Cancer. He studies at a fiscal school on the Santa Elena peninsula.

Have virtual classes Monday to Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. He highlighted the pedagogy they use to teach classes online. Previously they were of 13:00 a 17:30 when he was physically fit.

She does not agree with a face-to-face return, but he commented that if he does not return, he will have to look for a distance educational unit, with which he does not agree either.

“He has cancer and there is no one to assure us that the child is not going to be infected. Children are children; They are obviously going to take off their masks, they are going to share things. There is only one teacher for 30 or 32 children, they will not take care of them. So it’s a risk (…) it is going to be contagious and COVID “, he mentioned.

You have not yet made a decision to send it back to the classroom. The boy has not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus since the oncologist must authorize it.

Believes that in order to implement biosecurity measures in schools, the money will come out of pocket of the parents.

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Xavier’s mother, Shirley Ledesma, a 9 year old boy, prefers that he follow virtually until the end of the 2021-2022 school year, due to the lack of time and also until we see how the situation of the pandemic in the country is going.

He hopes to vaccinate him because currently he cannot do it because the boy receives chemotherapy. Study, from Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 10:00; Before the pandemic the class hours were from 07:00 to 12:00. The school is fiscomisional, in Guayaquil.

“The doctor tells me that I have to take good care of him because he has no antibodies”, He counted.

She considers that there are shortcomings in education online, but he assured that he cannot risk the life of his son.

She is in favor of there are half the students because the classrooms are not very big and as a form of collaboration the parents held a minga in the establishment.

Before making a decision, Ledesma will consult with the doctor to see what recommendation he makes.

According to him Ministry of Education, there will be a protocol for families who have students with catastrophic or aggravating illnesses. In educational institutions individuals and tax authorities where there is a student who wants to return to face-to-face, but cannot do so due to medical recommendations, they will be able to reach a agreement with the educational entity to keep you at a distance. (I)

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