Wearing a mask is recommended, or even compulsory when social distancing cannot be respected, traffic must be one-way, …
In a press release, the Minister of Higher Education, Valérie Glatigny informs that the protocol for the resumption of classes for the next school year has been sent to establishments.
The protocol was developed jointly with the establishments and the experts of the GEES, and contains practical provisions intended to allow a gradual return to face-to-face, while guaranteeing the health security of the professors, the administrative staff and the students.
Wearing a mask is recommended, and becomes compulsory when the social distance of 1m50 cannot be respected. You must disinfect or wash your hands before entering a room and do not shake hands to greet each other.
As far as possible, circulation within establishments should be one-way. And in all cases, the routes must be signposted so as to limit contact as much as possible.
In a class room where learning activities are offered, it is recommended to occupy only one out of every two places and / or position yourself 1.5m away. If this rule cannot be fully respected, wearing a mask is compulsory.
The premises may be used continuously for a maximum of 3 hours. Particular attention will be paid to ventilation. All rooms in which students take lessons or carry out other educational activities will be adequately cleaned and disinfected.
“These provisions take into account the current health situation, and will of course be adapted if it were to develop positively or negatively,” said one. A color code already anticipates different scenarios for changes in the health situation. ”
RED: Lockdown scenario as in the period from mid-March to May 18, 2020.
ORANGE: Scenario of the “contactless campus” as in the period from May 18 to the end of the 2019/2020 academic year.
YELLOW: Scenario of the “campus rich in contacts” as developed for the 2020/2021 academic year, until further notice.
GREEN: Scenario before the Covid-19.
Minister Glatigny and the entire academic community want to be able to welcome all students on campus as quickly as possible. “However, institutions will still have to avoid the concentration of too many students in their audiences and classrooms. Certain educational activities may therefore continue to be held online. ”