The upper secondary school and the second grade as a whole continue in distance education for the week after Easter.
The Helsinki Metropolitan Area is preparing to gradually return to contact teaching one week after Easter, says the Helsinki Metropolitan Area’s Corona Coordination Group.
Textual follow-up to the press conference can be found at the end of the story.
You can watch the live broadcast in the video above.
The upper secondary school and the second grade will continue in full-time distance education for the week after Easter.
High schools will continue in distance education until about mid-April. After that, we move to a hybrid model where half of the high school students are in contact teaching at a time.
Vocational schools continue distance learning for as long as upper secondary schools, and then move on to their own hybrid model.
The mayor of Helsinki will be present at the coordination group’s press conference Jan Vapaavuori, Mayor of Espoo Jukka Mäkelä, Mayor of Vantaa Ritva Viljanen and Chief Medical Officer of Hus Markku Mäkijärvi.
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