Hugs in the corridor? Queue in the canteen? – Pupils do not have to keep their distance
Now the recommendation has been removed that has been in force for such a long time in municipal schools in Kristianstad.
Kenth Olsson, municipal director of education:
– The changes are that the recommendation to keep a safe distance in canteens and classrooms no longer applies.
– But it is still possible for individual schools and nursery schools – it isn't against any rule – to stick to the recommendations they have.
Teachers, nursery school teachers and all other staff in the municipality are to work from/at their physical workplace.
In week 41 vaccination of 12- 5-year- old pupils will begin. Children and pupils will be vaccinated in the municipal schools. But parents/guardians must agree to it.
Most of the Swedish regions have ruled that permission is required from both parents if they share custody. Region Skåne has not come to a decision in the question, but is waiting for information from SKR (Sweden's municipalities and regions).
This is what applies after 29th September:
• .Everyone, vaccinated or unvaccinated, adults or children, must stay at home if they show even slight symptoms. And those over 6 must be tested.
• People who have tested positive for covid-19 must stay at home for seven days after becoming ill, and must feel in good health for 48 hours before going back to work or school.
• Unvaccinated people must still keep their distance from others. (Unvaccinated children may take part in larger gatherings).
• The advice to stay at home if you show even the slightest symptoms still applies, both for children and for adults.