UNT safety measures in Nur-Sultan
The police are to uphold public order during the Unified National Testing. Graduates’ parents will have to stay home and follow a live webcast from classrooms arranged for them, the capital city hall reports via its official site.
Department of Education told about the safety guidelines during the Unified National Testing.
“Faculty and graduates induction on COVID-19 precautions and prevention is planned. The distance between classroom desks must be at least two meters. The guidelines require a stock of antiseptic materials (respiratory masks, gloves and hand sanitizers); a distance of at least one meter between individuals and staff members during the remote body temperature measurement; sanitary and antiseptic mode compliance in university classrooms; faultless operation of air ventilation and conditioning systems,” clarified the Department.
100 police officers and 10 service vehicles will support public order during the UNT. Additionally, nine medics and three ambulances will be engaged. 24 personnel will control fire safety. 540 students residing in the suburbs can reach the testing sites by 46 buses.
Department of Education reiterated that the graduates’ parents must stay home to avoid crowding and ensure health and safety of their children. They may follow a special webcast from the classrooms online.
As previously reported, 6,515 high school students graduated this year in the capital city. 6,255 graduates, or 95 percent, applied for UNT including 3,661 taking the test in Kazakh language, 2,554 in Russian and 40 in English.
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