Bosnia’s Republika Srpska Entity suspends Classes to prevent Spread of COVID-19

The Headquarters for Emergency Situations of Republika Srpska has made a decision to suspend classes in the premises of primary and secondary schools in the Republika Srpska in the period from October 26 to November 1st this year in order to prevent and prevent the spread of coronavirus, Dnevni Avaz writes.

This conclusion shall enter into force on the day of its adoption and shall apply until 1 November 2020.

The Republic Headquarters for Emergency Situations obliged all primary and secondary schools in RS to organize distance teaching using the means of electronic communication.

The operation of catering facilities in RS in the next seven days is limited from 6am to 10 pm, it was also decided on Sunday.

The Minister of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Srpska, Alen Seranic, announced the recommendations of the Staff, which call on political parties not to hold rallies until November 1, 2020.

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