Last minute, face-to-face training statement from the Scientific Committee! Minister Koca gave a date and announced
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca made a written statement after the Scientific Committee Meeting. He also made an important assessment about the face-to-face education process that millions of students are eagerly waiting for.
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca made a written statement after the Scientific Committee Meeting. The last course of the outbreak in Turkey, a mutated virus taken important decisions on advice and training.
DESCRIPTION FOR FACE-TO-FACE EDUCATION
We are aware of how difficult restrictive measures make our lives. Therefore, some arrangements are made without giving up control. It was decided to resume face-to-face education in our schools in a limited way.
Face-to-face education will begin as of February 15 in village schools where there is less mobility.
PRIMARY SCHOOL, 8TH AND 12TH GRADE TARGET MARCH MONTH
In March, it is aimed to start education in our primary schools, 8th and 12th grades and special education schools in a controlled and diluted manner according to the course of the epidemic.
Even if limited, a strict follow-up will be made against possible risks that may arise with increased mobility. The findings to be obtained will determine our next steps. We know that our students miss their schools, our teachers miss their students. We are aware of the concerns of our families in this regard. However, with the increase of the pace of the epidemic, it is not possible to compensate for the lost lives. Taking this into consideration, we need to act in a very delicate balance.
VERY IMPORTANT WARNING FOR UNIVERSITIES
The increase in the number of cases in our country in recent days requires us to be more careful. We have to avoid all kinds of arrangements that will lead to mass movements in the country, that will allow them to come together and gather together. It should not be forgotten that face-to-face education in our higher education institutions can cause significant dynamism besides the current conditions. In evaluations made on this subject, decisions should be taken by considering both the increasing trend in the number of cases and the risks that may be caused by the mobility.