Florence, June 8, 2021 – “It is impossible and unlikely that a manager has not implemented the health security protocol and is now accused of manslaughteror for a death caused by Covid. Now we await the action of the judiciary which will verify what the headmaster has put in place “.
Maddalena Gissi, general secretary of the CISL school, comments to Sky Tg 24 the news according to which a principal, in Tuscany, would have been accused of manslaughter for the death of a lecturer suffering from Covid-19. “Here we need a Copernican revolution – added Gissi with reference to the entire school sector – despite all the difficulties such as small classrooms and dilapidated school buildings have emerged, we have not yet seen operational changes for September. And the Sostegni-bis it’s a big disappointment. That’s why we’ll demonstrate tomorrow “, announces Gissi. The trade unionist then recalls that “this year too we will have countless substitutes” and that “the funds for the Covid staff can only be used until 31 December 2021. We will return to the basement”, concluded Gissi.
“Sometimes we managers are exposed to unsustainable responsibilities. A manager cannot be held responsible for a covid case after applying the protocol,” said the president of the National Association of Principals, Antonello Giannelli, commenting on the news.
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