The website Müsavat.com discusses with the deputy Jeyhun Mammadov the situation with education during the pandemic and distance learning. The MP noted that some countries have been introducing distance learning for 15-20 years and there are still problems.
In Azerbaijan, they switched to distance learning practically without preparation and appropriate conditions – weak Internet, the absence of many tablets and computers, system load, etc. They are trying to conduct distance learning in the absence of a regulatory framework for organizing the educational and examination process using distance technologies used in practice. In addition, there are few experts and specialists in distance learning in the country, the deputy says.
The website Redaktor.az writes about the study of the spread of coronavirus in the world. The study began in the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus came from. WHO specialists studied thousands of blood samples, they also managed to talk with the first resident of Wuhan, who was infected with coronavirus on December 8, 1920, a 40-year-old man. However, the article notes that the source of infection is not associated with the animal world.
The website Yenisabah.az discusses the issue of when houses without a bill of sale will be registered. The author recalls that President Ilham Aliyev gave instructions to the government in 2011 regarding these houses. In January 2015, the President signed a decree in this regard, and in 2020 this issue was again in the spotlight. In some places, municipalities kept registration of undocumented houses. However, the coronavirus pandemic and the Second Karabakh War forced the issue to be postponed.
More than 500 thousand houses that do not have a deed are home to 2 million people. At the same time, the author notes that after the presidential decree in 2015, over one hundred thousand houses were registered. The article recalls that in June 2019, expert commissions were formed in the districts of the capital, which were also unable to carry out their work due to the pandemic.
Source: Turan News Agency