This year, in the Vitebsk region, 31 suburban health camps with a round-the-clock stay will receive children for recovery. From June 15, the first eight camps will open, and then 5-7 camps will open daily.
All interested services are always seriously approaching the issue of safe stay of children in health camps. This year, given the difficult epidemiological situation, this is more relevant than ever. Particular attention is given to the selection of children in health camps. They will be taken upon presentation of medical certificates with information about the absence of first-level contact for COVID-19 infection, issued at the place of residence in the manner determined by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus.
Personnel leaving for work in the camps will undergo a full medical examination. Persons with signs of a respiratory infection will not be allowed to work. Thermometry of children and employees will be carried out daily. All camps will provide a sufficient number of antiseptics. Before arrival, during the shift and after its completion, the cleaning of rooms, buildings, catering will be carried out using disinfectants.
Parent days in stationary camps with round-the-clock stays are excluded. They will also limit the holding of mass events in the camps. Basically, they will be held in the fresh air and as part of one unit.
At this stage, the camps are preparing for acceptance. This year 330 thousand rubles were allocated from the regional budget for the preparation of health (sports and health) camps from the regional budget, 130 thousand rubles from the funds earned on the republican community work day, about 600 thousand rubles will be spent by the owners.
Since June 1, more than 13,000 children have been attending day-stay health camps at educational institutions in the region. Under their bases 372 schools are involved. With the aim of organizing summer vacations and improving the health of children in the region, the Comprehensive Program for the Improvement and Summer Employment of Students "Summer 2020" has been developed, which defines the main stages and a list of organizational, educational and control measures carried out during the summer health campaign.
In the summer, special attention will be paid to improving the health of children in need of social protection. Various forms of recreational activities will cover 1650 orphans and children left without parental care, 430 disabled children, 300 children with whom individual preventive work is carried out, about 800 - consisting of SOPs.