MANILA CENTRAL U UNVEILS GUIDELINES FOR F2F CLASSES
THE MANILA Central University on Monday unveiled guidelines for students who will return to campus for face-to-face classes.
The university said that all students who will attend classes in school must be vaccinated. They must also register at STAYSAFE.ph and the MCU Trace for contact tracing and observe minimum health standards while in campus and must have their own hygiene kits.
MCU released the guidelines after five of its colleges secured approval to conduct face-to-face classes.
Students taking up Medicine, Medical Technology, Nursing, Physical Therapy and Dentistry will hold physical classes.
MCU started conducting limited physical classes for its allied health programs in July.
The Commission on Higher Education had announced that schools in Metro Manila can resume in-person classes at 50 percent capacity in all degree programs.