It is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the regional department.

“In accordance with the decision of the regional operational headquarters and due to the high risk of developing the disease in children ... school holidays have been postponed for the period from January 25 to February 2 instead of the previously established from March 24 to April 2,” the source said.

It is specified that along with this, students of institutions of secondary vocational education, subordinate to the Ministry of Education of Ingushetia, from January 25 to 28 will be transferred to a distance learning format.

Earlier it was reported that more than 20 schools in Ulan-Ude have been switching to distance learning since January 24 due to an increase in the incidence of coronavirus infection and SARS among children.