Lisbeth Mendoza: "We provide care to different people and it is very important to take care of their health and that of us."
Protecting college students from COVID-19
Student leaders, in conjunction with Vice-Chancellor of the Bilwi campus, and under the guidance of Rectory of URACCAN, delivered coVID-19 protection kits to students of the fourth year of the career of Psychology in Multicultural Contexts.
According to Jehú Castro, student leader of this campus, this is done because the student is doing his practical classes in schools, hospitals and medical centers and as a university it is a duty to send them with protection, in this way, the spread of coronavirus is avoided.
Castro detailed that the kit consists of: masks, 90% alcohol gel, protective goggles, hair caps. "They were given more security when they went to the health center or hospital center," explained the president of the Student Movement.
While student Lisbeth Mendoza thanked the Student Movement and URACCAN authorities for providing them with safety during their internships, "I really feel that it is a great support for Psychology students, because as part of the health area we provide care to different people and it is very important to take care of their health and that of us," he emphasized.
URACCAN, since March, began implementing a security protocol before COVID-19, which covers the mandatory use of masks, disinfection of enclosure and extension infrastructures, physical estating and modality of classes per meeting, as a way to care for and protect the health of the university community, in addition, a campaign called "I take care of myself and take care of you" is carried out. , urging all teaching, administrative and student community staff to be part of mutual care to avoid getting sick and therefore protect the health of others.