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[The PSOE of San Javier warns of the risk of COVID that the municipality supposes for university exams to be done in person (11/01/2021)

Councilor Pedro Mart nez Gorriz has signed together with the rest of the youth leaders of the PSOE in all the City Councils of the Region a joint declaration requesting the non-face-to-face celebration of the January university exams.

The Socialist Councilor in the City Council of San Javier Pedro Mart nez Gorriz has warned of the risk that this municipality, the seat of teaching of the University of Murcia, represents that in full wave of the coronavirus pandemic, face-to-face exams are maintained of this university center both by students from other municipalities who would go to San Javier and by Sanjaviereños students who would gather at the Murcia Campus and could spread the virus more in our environment, putting at risk also the elderly with whom they live.

For this reason, on behalf of the Municipal Socialist Group in the San Javier City Council, Mart nez Gorriz has joined the Socialist Councilors of the 45 municipalities of the Region of Murcia, responsible for the Youth Area who have signed a joint declaration in which they show their solidarity and support for all university students, adding to their demand to reverse the decision made by the competent authorities to maintain the face-to-face modality in the exams of the January call.

The municipal officials indicate that "there are already 22 of the 45 municipalities that will have restrictions on the mobility of people through the perimeter closure of each of them, due to the high incidence of the pandemic in them", for What "it is difficult to understand that the competent authorities continue to maintain the face-to-face modality in conducting exams, since it involves the displacement of tens of thousands of students from all points of the city.

Regi ne, even, from other Autonomous Communities ".

Likewise, they point out in their statement that this type of exams could cause "the agglomeration of students in the corridors, common areas and other places such as cafeterias or canteens." They make special mention of the problem that causes the movement of public transport to the examination centers, given "the difficulty of many students to travel to the university centers given the lack of public transport and the low frequency of passage of the The same in many of the municipalities and populations of the Region, which, in addition to being a detriment to those who find themselves in need of moving, could become a situation of risk of crowding in buses and trains on the routes with the highest demand ".

Finally, they point out that "in mid-November, by the Technical Health Committee of the University of Murcia, the realization of the exams in their face-to-face modality was already discouraged, recommending that they were developed through a non-face-to-face modality.

Therefore, given the current epidemiological and health situation, we consider that the competent authorities will reconsider the decision adopted and establish the online modality in the realization of ex menes ", as well as providing the educational system with more resources to" guarantee equality in access to the means necessary to carry out the online celebration of exams ", and that the" Report that endorses the realization of the exams in this January call ".

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Source: PSOE San Javier

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