The Bilwi site continues with prevention and safety measures
Officials of URACCAN Bilwi enclosure in disinfection of their offices.
Neylin Calderon

Fumigation of transport units and classrooms, delivery of disinfectants

Since last week, Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, rector of URACCAN, guided the authorities of the enclosures and extensions to implement classes per meeting, for that reason, in the Bilwi enclosure has decreased the number of students who travel daily in the institutional transport units that facilitated the route to this campus, but buses and classrooms continue to be fumigated with chlorine , as part of COVID-19 prevention measures.

According to Vice-Chancellor Enrique Cordón, PhD, "these health activities will be carried out at least 2 times a day, to ensure the health and well-being of both the student community and the officials and officials of the campus".

It is worth mentioning that this is being implemented through the General Services area of this URACCAN headquarters; Also, from the area hygiene and safety of work, disinfectants and chlorine were delivered to all the areas of the enclosure, so that they personally carry out their cleanings in their offices.

"These disinfectants are being handed over to all university staff to use as a prevention measure in their work areas," said teacher Ivania Padilla, head of the Hygiene and Occupational Safety area.