On the results of the rehabilitation of children of the Mogilev region in the 1st shift of the 2020 summer health campaign

According to operational data, in the first shift of the summer period of 2020, 424 camps functioned in the Mogilev region, in which 13208 children received rehabilitation. Including 1550 people on the basis of stationary camps, 520 children on 7 rented bases. In addition, the first shift was organized by the work of one 15-day round-the-clock health camp. Also, in the region, 355 camps with day stays worked on the basis of educational institutions, in which 8638 people were rehabilitated, including 83 labor and rest camps in which 1037 children worked and rested.
As a result of the first shift, 328 people from the preferential category, including 114 children with disabilities, 214 from among orphans, recovered.
For the first shift, 2479 people from the number of pupils of the region's sports facilities were rehabilitated, or 18.7 percent of the total number of health centers and 27.5 percent of the plan, including 111 people in 4 round-the-clock sports and health camps, of whom two were working 15 - day round-the-clock sports and health camps. In sports camps with a day's stay, 2,368 people, or 82.7 percent of the plan, were healed.
The load of stationary health camps in the first shift amounted to 60.0 percent of the available capacity.
In the summer period of 2020, the region traditionally organized the work of camps in various profiles and areas of activity. In the first shift, 4,669 children were rehabilitated in such camps, including 4,575 day camps and 94 in 24-hour camps.
So, on the basis of the state institution of education “Secondary School No. 41 of Mogilev”, together with the MOO RSOO “OSVOD”, for students aged 11-13 (a total of 7 people), the work of the Dnepr day-care profile camp was organized. As part of the camp, the pupils got acquainted with the theoretical and practical skills of organizing the rescue service: divers, minders, helmsmen, medical workers. Also for the children, a video lecture was organized on safe behavior on ponds and an absentee tour of the river was held. Dnieper.
On the basis of the State Educational Establishment of Arts “Everest Creativity Center of the city of Mogilev”, a health camp with day stay of the artistic profile “Fortune” was organized for 20 students aged 10-15. Three specialized groups were formed in the camp: vocal and choreographic, in which the programs of associations of interests "Variety dance" and "Vocal" are implemented.
In the first shift, 1037 children combined useful work and rest.
So, in the Cherikovskiy district, work was organized on 2 labor and leisure camps with a 18-day stay for 10 days on the basis of the State secondary school No. 1 of Cherikov secondary school (10 children) and the secondary school of Cherikov secondary school No. 2 (10 children). The children work on the basis of GLHU "Cherikovsky Forestry" in the nursery and perform the following types of work: loosening the soil on the beds and tape crops after seedlings (56.57 rubles per 1 thousand square meters at the time of signing the contract); loosening the soil with weeding planting in wood and fruit schools with a weed leader (46.45 rubles per 1 thousand sq. m); weeding of weeds in rows and row-spacings after mechanized cultivation of plantings in tree and fruit schools by a cultivator (14.31 rubles per 1 thousand square meters).
GUO "Secondary school No. 7 of Mogilev" - the ROSTKI labor and leisure camp for teenagers aged 14-17 was organized on a contractual basis with ARNIKA-Agro LLC for 8 people. According to the agreement, the type of work is the collection of berry crops (strawberries garden) in the fruit and berry nursery of the village of Sidorovka, the cost of work is 50 kopecks per 1 kg of collected berries.
The main tasks of the camps were to promote children's health; formation of healthy lifestyle skills; the formation of social norms and values; satisfaction of the individual needs of children in intellectual, moral, physical improvement; development of students' creative abilities.
When working with children, their age characteristics, opportunities and interests were taken into account. Much attention was paid to civic-patriotic, environmental, labor education, the formation of a healthy lifestyle.
When organizing the work of health camps with daytime, measures were taken to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 infection.