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36 districts can open schools next week; 45 can hold outdoor classes

Pupils from grades 1-4 will be able to learn onsite in 36 municipalities where the cumulative incidence rate is currently below 220, according to the information published by Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC) March 17.

These and another nine municipalities where the incidence rate is slightly higher will be allowed to hold optional outdoor classes for pupils. Starting Monday, March 22, pupils will be able to go to school in these municipalities:

  1. Aglona municipality
  2. Aizpute municipality
  3. Alsunga municipality
  4. Ape municipality
  5. Auce municipality
  6. Burtnieki municipality
  7. Cēsis municipality
  8. Durbe municipality
  9. Iecava municipality
  10. Jaunjelgava municipality
  11. Jaunpiebalga municipality
  12. Jēkabpils city
  13. Jēkabpils municipality
  14. Kandava municipality
  15. Kocēni municipality
  16. Krustpils municipality
  17. Mazsalaca municipality
  18. Mērsrags municipality
  19. Nīca municipality
  20. Pārgauja municipality
  21. Pāvilosta municipality
  22. Pļaviņas municipality
  23. Priekuļi municipality
  24. Ropaži municipality
  25. Rucava municipality
  26. Rundāle municipality
  27. Rūjiena municipality
  28. Saulkrasti municipality
  29. Skrīveri municipality
  30. Skrunda municipality
  31. Strenči municipality
  32. Tērvete municipality
  33. Vārkava municipality
  34. Vecpiebalga
  35. Vecumnieki municipality
  36. Viesīte municipality.

In addition to these, nine other municipalities may hold outdoor classes. These municipalities are:

  1. Aloja municipality
  2. Beverīna municipality
  3. Ilūkste municipality
  4. Inčukalns municipality
  5. Kārsava municipality
  6. Ķegums municipality
  7. Limbaži municipality
  8. Rauna municipality
  9. Valmiera city

The list of municipalities where onsite learning is safe enough is published every Wednesday by SPKC. 

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