The facilities of the Southern Luzon State University (SLSU) passed the evaluation of the representatives of the Lucban, Quezon Rural Health Unity (RHU), and the local government unit as well as the representative of the COVID-19 Inter-Agency Task Force.
According to the evaluators, the initial opening of face-to-face classes in the College of Allied Medicine (CAM) should be an example for the other colleges. Among their evaluation, they suggested making more clear signages in and out of the classroom and laboratory, and to add instructions at the holding area or isolation area on what to do once they enter the facility.
Although there is additional work that needs to be done, the evaluators agreed that SLSU is ready for the upcoming face-to-face classes. They also showed support and were willing to accept the university’s request to conduct a vaccination drive for the students and the employees.
Article by: Sarah Rivere