Article 1 paragraph 3 of Legislative Decree 111 of 6 August 2021 refers to protocols and guidelines that may govern the derogation from the obligation to use masks if all students have completed the vaccination cycle or have a valid certificate of recovery. . Will the derogation also apply to teaching staff?
At the moment, the law provides for an exemption for students who have completed the vaccination cycle or who have a valid certificate of recovery. This was clarified by the USR for Piedmont with the Faq on returning to school.
The aforementioned rule – he continues – explicitly refers exclusively to classes made up of students who have all
completed the vaccination course or have a valid certificate of recovery. In addition, the interim strategic indications for the prevention and control of SARS-CoV-2 infections in the school setting (as 2021-2022) of the ISS Infection Prevention and Control Working Group specify: “each worker, […] even if you have completed the vaccination course […] must continue to maintain the same prevention, protection and precautionary measures valid for unvaccinated subjects, in particular observe physical distancing (where possible), wear appropriate respiratory protection, sanitize or wash hands according to established procedures “.
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