Education Minister Christelle Lehartel has been in confinement since March 18. The Directorate General for Education and Teaching closes to the public and several agents are also in confinement, including its director, Thierry Delmas.
Following the confirmation of a new case, Wednesday March 18, which concerns an agent of the territorial public service, all the people who have been in contact with him since his return to Polynesia, were placed in confinement, Wednesday March 18, by measure precautionary.
This concerns in particular the Minister of Education, Christelle Lehartel. Confined, she did not attend the Council of Ministers on Wednesday, March 18.
This also concerns the director of the DGEE, the Directorate General of Education and Teaching, Thierry Delmas, having had several meetings with this confirmed case of Covid-19.
In the meantime, some of the DGEE agents remain confined to their homes as a precautionary measure and access remains closed to the public.
This is an introductory publication on the DGEE Facebook page, which explains it: "Given the current context and as a precaution, the Directorate General of Education and Teaching operates in restricted service from Wednesday, March 18 afternoon. Services are no longer accessible to the public until further notice. "
36 last minute bookings for Hawaii
In an internal email that we were able to obtain, the Director of Education and Teaching, Thierry Delmas, informs his agents that "the HC crisis center [High Commission note] [m] 'alert on 36 last minute reservations of education personnel for Hawaii this Saturday. Even if it is the school holidays, this unconscious behavior goes against the strict health safety instructions taken by the President of the Country and the High Commissioner since Monday. If you are aware of such situations, thank you for alerting me by return emails. "
Hawaian Airlines also announces the suspension of its flights to Polynesia from March 28 to April 30.