Regional Representative Council (DPD)'s Committee III Chairwoman, Sylviana Murni reminded the importance of strengthening health protocols in face-to-face teaching and learning activities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
They must be accustomed to implementing health protocols in a disciplined manner thus there are no school clusters for the spread of Covid
It conveyed when she made a working visit (kunker) to the Thousand Islands Regency administration at the Mitra Praja Office, Sunter, North Jakarta.
She said that students should be properly educated, socialized and supervised in order to comply with the health protocol while in the school environment until they return home.
"They must be accustomed to implementing health protocols in a disciplined manner thus there are no school clusters for the spread of Covid," she expressed, Thursday (5/20).
Thousand Islands Regency, Junaedi expressed his gratitude and appreciated the input and suggestions conveyed by Mr. Sylviana Murni for the good of students or children in the Thousand Islands.
He assessed, the face-to-face learning trial at SDN 01 Pulau Tidung last April had gone quite smoothly. The students were quite enthusiastic about participating it, despite they had to strictly implement the health protocol.
"Hopefully other schools can also be more ready to welcome face-to-face teaching and learning during this pandemic. Hopefully the pandemic will end soon thus our activities can return to normal," he hoped.