China News Service, April 29. According to Peru's "Gazette" report on the 29th, the Peruvian Ministry of Education announced that commissaries, cafeterias and canteens in schools can resume business, provided they comply with the Ministry of Health's guidelines for the preparation and preservation of food and its consumption. prescribed biosafety conditions.

  According to reports, regulations from the Peruvian Ministry of Education state that students are not allowed to share food or utensils during meals.

At the same time, during the duration of the health emergency, all activities involving student gatherings, such as parades and performances in schools, will be suspended, except for sports and other related activities.

  On the other hand, the National Institute of Health (INS) of the Peruvian Ministry of Health reported that, based on the analysis of the general population, it can be seen that during the peak of the third wave of the new crown epidemic, the infection mortality rate of the unvaccinated is higher than that of the three-dose vaccine. 3 times higher.

  INS explained that Peru's higher vaccination rates have kept the death toll during the third wave lower than in previous waves.

However, there are still many Peruvians who have not completed their vaccinations.

If these unprotected citizens contract the virus, they could become seriously ill and even die.

  INS also said that in a third wave, two doses of the vaccine were not enough to provide adequate protection, and this is likely to remain the case in the future.

Therefore, it is necessary to receive a third dose of the vaccine.

  In addition, Maria Martínez, executive director of immunization at the Peruvian Ministry of Health, warned that about 300,000 doses of the childhood Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer's labs will expire on Saturday, April 30.

Martinez said the Ministry of Health is vaccinating children aged 5-11 every day, and the batch of 300,000 doses will be properly disposed of if they cannot be applied before they expire.

  According to the report, Martinez emphasized that the Peruvian Ministry of Health will not vaccinate people with expired vaccines.

She also urged parents to take their children to vaccination sites across the country.