But it makes the students at Mulernes Legatskole in Odense just for the time being - at least, if their hands should touch each other.
It is - a little strange - actions are according to the New York times one of the steps the school has had to take in order to get to grips with the annoying fnatmider, which right now is a problem for many danes.
Actually, it is not only in idrætstimerne that gummihandskerne should be taken forward. It is quite general, if students are to something that involves keeping each other's hands for a longer time.
so far apply to the new measures until the christmas holidays, but if fnatmiderne still raging at the school when students return in the new year, so will be engangshandskerne promote until to the winter holidays.
the Rector on Mulernes Legatskole, Torben Jakobsen, have been in close contact with both Odense university Hospital and the Danish Health and medicines authority to ensure that the school handles the problem correctly.
Additionally, there are been sent a guide out to all pupils, parents and staff so they are up to date with the latest knowledge about the fnatmiderne.
Here is invited students also to seek medical advice if they suspect that they have scabies, but most importantly, the information is according to the dean sent out to create awareness and dialogue about the topic and to make sure that it does not become tabuiseret.
the Hope is that the big focus of the problem can contribute to, that the school is fnatfri after the christmas holidays.
In the meantime, Mulernes Legatskole in Odense, however, evidently not the only school struggling with the contagious infection.
"I hear from colleagues from other schools, all struggling with scabies," says the principal of Mulernes Legatskole, Torben Jakobsen to Fyfe.dk and adds:
There are fewer and fewer, which tells me that they have never experienced scabies with them."Date Of Update: 13 December 2019, 13:00