2010/9/8

地震(続報)  ニュージーランド一般情報

また地震のニュースをお伝えするのは、心苦しいですが、現地の状況をお知りいただいた方がいいと思います。
どちらにしても、マグニチュードの大きさのわりに被害は本当に少なく、ある先生は、日本と同じように火山の国なので、のんびりしたニュージーランドとはいえ、政府の対応は危機管理はそれなりに出来ていることの証拠ですね。とおっしゃってました。
Education New Zealandからのレポート(インフォメーション)をご覧ください。
Christchurch Earthquake Update
Education New Zealand: 06/09/10
The earthquake which struck near Christchurch, New Zealand early on Saturday morning has made headlines around the world, and affected local and
international students in the Christchurch and Canterbury area. Other regions of New Zealand were not affected by the earthquake.
Education New Zealand would like to provide an overview of the current situation to those of you with Christchurch and Canterbury based students, as well as their parents and other interested parties.
Although the earthquake was strong enough to damage a large number of buildings in Christchurch and nearby suburbs, there were thankfully no deaths associated with the event, and most injuries were minor.
As a precaution, all schools in Christhchurch are to remain closed on September 6 and 7 while the buildings are assessed for structural damage and sanitation. The University of Canterbury and Lincoln University are closed for the week, and currently plan to resume classes on September 13. CPIT is closed on September 6, and providing updates on their website going forward. For other institutions, it is safe to assume that they will be closed on September 6 and 7 if they are located in Christchurch city. The dates when institutions are able to re-open will be dependent on them passing safety checks.
Any students whose homes have been declared unsafe are able to find temporary shelter in designated centres until other arrangements can be made. Some phone lines are still down, so communications may be difficult for several days. As schools are closed, you may also have difficulty checking on the status of students for the next few days. Please be patient, and know
that there have been no reports of badly injured students.
We know that it is worrying to have students involved in an event such as this. We would like to ensure you that the authorities in Christchurch are working to restore services to the city as quickly as possible, and that all students have access to emergency services as needed. Power
has been restored to over 90% of homes as of Monday morning, and hospitals are open for urgent cases.
The Ministry of Education is providing further updates regarding schools on their website www.minedu.govt.nz. We will also update you with any major news regarding the situation.
For more information: Contact your local New Zealand Embassy or Consulate
Or Michelle Waitzman
Communications Specialist, Education New Zealand
E-MAIL: michelle.waitzman@educationnz.org.nz
学校は、当初今日からスタートする予定でしたが、建物のインスペクションがまだ続いているため、来週の月曜日からのスタートと決まりました。
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