Compliance with the action plan before Covid-19 and the prevention of vector diseases
Session of the joint commission of URACCAN venue New Guinea
Session of the joint commission of URACCAN venue New Guinea

Session at URACCAN New Guinea venue

With the participation of all its members, the joint commission of URACCAN campus New Guinea set out to keep active compliance with the action plan before covid-19 and the prevention of vector diseases.

The commission has a risk prevention action plan, and is responsible for leading exercises such as simulations to safeguard lives. He is currently working on ensuring the implementation of the Covid-19 prevention plan.

According to teacher Karla Mayorga, responsible for the hygiene and safety of the site's work, "we need to continue the prevention campaign, both covid-19, mosquito prevention and breeding grounds, to prevent vector diseases," he said, adding that these processes are being worked on in coordination with the Ministry of Health (Minsa), to regularly maintain fumigations in the compound.

For its part, the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the compound explained that "part of maintaining, continuing and ensuring compliance with this protocol, is to make these meetings and make analyses about our institutional philosophy, which is in the face of the protection of life and work in safe work environments", he said.

At the level of all URACCAN, the communication team of this study house, led by the rector Alta Hooker, works permanently in the covid-19 risk and contagion prevention campaign, through communication elements that transmit messages of awareness and calls to action.

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Judith Robleto