Briefing with administrative guild of bilwi venue
Phd. Enrique Cordón, vice-chancellor of the Bilwi compound, and members of the administrative guild.
Neylin Calderon

Anti-Covid-19 preventive measures

On the morning of this Friday, May 22, the vice-chancellor of the Bilwi compound, PhD. Enrique Cordón met with the administrative guild to report on the recently planned activities within the institution and the current situation of COVID-19 disease, emphasizing what measures should be taken and how they should be protected, collectively safeguarding the health of all URACCAN officials and officials.

Teacher Ivania Padilla, representative of the administrative guild and responsible for the area of Occupational Hygiene and Safety, highlighted as important this conversation, because in this way it is objectively and truthfully reported, especially when it comes to this new disease that has psychologically affected much of the university population.

"We understand that the ultimate instance we rely on as workers is our authorities, because we are all alarmed at what is going on, even though there is information in the media, but since we are in an out-of-town work environment and often do not realize what is happening, that is why the corresponding instances clarify the doubts" Padilla said.

Other preventive measures against diseases

Padilla stated that coordination with the Ministry of Health is being carried out from the area of Occupational Hygiene and Safety to carry out the fumigation day that took place before the arrival of winter. "From MINSA we come to give awareness talks about the disease that attack us in the region, such as malaria, COVID-19, and also fumigation in different areas of the malaria prevention site," explained teacher Ivania.