No more self-tests required for students
Due to the pandemic, the self-test application for students is no longer mandatory. The decision was announced by Vana Papaevangelou, a member of the scientific board, pediatric infectious diseases specialist.
In a statement made by Papaevangelou on April 20, self-tests will no longer be required from primary, secondary and high school students who will return to schools after the Easter holidays.
Doctor Papaevangelou, a member of the scientific board, explained that the self-test control was removed from the application, but that the self-test application was removed, but in case the case is detected in the school or classroom, the friends around the person who is positive will also do a self-test twice a week.
Experts advised especially the parents of students not to be complacent, to be careful and to follow the explanations of the experts continuously with the abolition of the self-tests.
Papaevangelou said that self-tests will continue to be given to students free of charge, as they have been up to now.