In its yesterday document to bureaus of education and training in 24 districts and school managers, the Department asked to enhance medical care and food safety in educational facilities.
School managers were asked to recruit medical workers to look after students since the beginning of the academic year.
Additionally, schools that can’t recruit any nurse are able to propose dispatching medical workers of public infirmaries to take care of students’ health to local administrations.
Moreover, schools can sign contract with medical institutions to provide periodic checkup to students.
Furthermore, regarding food safety, schools must strictly follow regulations to buy food from certified businesses. School managers will be held accountable for any poisoning incidents.