Who holds meeting of European health ministers

, covid-19, September 1st, according to the European Union’s Internet news agency, new WHO, in September 1st, held a video conference of European health ministers in August 31st. Health ministers from 53 European countries and regions attended the meeting to exchange and discuss how to restart schools safely and share the epidemic data and experience. In addition, Italy, Germany and France have jointly signed a collaborative travel screening agreement, which will effectively implement virus detection for departing and arriving passengers. < / P > < p > it is reported that after the video summit of European health ministers, Clegg, who regional director for Europe, and other health ministers attending the meeting jointly issued a joint statement, saying that the EU will make specific suggestions on the common procedures for reopening schools, and share epidemic data and experience, so as to formulate better campus epidemic prevention policies and measures. < / P > < p > Italian health minister Roberto speransa said that Italy will officially open school on September 14. Rome authorities stipulated that once a confirmed case is found in a campus, the school will be closed immediately and the teaching task will be completed through distance education. At the same time, schools must abide by the epidemic prevention requirements of the Ministry of health and keep the safe social distance in class. After the meeting, speransa pointed out in an interview with reporters that it is of great significance to strengthen the cooperation of European countries in epidemic prevention and anti epidemic. Italy is seeking to reach a reciprocal agreement with European countries on the screening of new coronavirus, so as to effectively implement virus detection for departing and arriving passengers. Currently, Italy, Germany and France have jointly signed a collaborative screening agreement. This is a new model to control the spread of epidemic caused by travel, which can effectively reduce the risk of infection caused by travel.