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Precautionary Mesures

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Healthy Distance Measures and Protocols for Face-to-face Classes Cycle 2020-2021



We are a great UNINTER community and we must take care of ourselves, please follow and spread these measures.

By official provision of the Secretaryship of Health and within the New Normal scheme, the access of each building has a sanitary filter, with the aim of keeping each person who enters the institute's facilities safe and avoiding as much as possible contagion by COVID 19 as possible. Likewise, assistance to the vulnerable population (over 65 years of age, pregnant women, people with chronic diseases, patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment, immunocompromised and children under 5 years of age) is prohibited, until health authorities indicate otherwise.

Obligations and restrictions
To enter the facilities, a line must be made, complying with the healthy distance of 1.50 m., In this way, conglomerations in the sanitary supervision filters are avoided.

The use of a face mask and the application of antibacterial gel is mandatory to enter the facilities and at all times that you remain inside them. Likewise, upon admission, the temperature is taken, a brief questionnaire is applied and a disinfectant mat must be passed through to sanitize the footwear.

Each person who enters the facilities must take the following measures: always cough into the inner corner of the arm, do not share articles for work and / or personal use, do not wear ties, scarves, long beards and / or mustaches, do not wear metallic jewelry and / or hanging badge holders..

People who have been in isolation due to contagion or suspicion of COVID-19 will have to show a medical certificate or its equivalent to allow them to enter the facilities, or be evaluated by the personnel of the health area of the institution.

Common areas, Academic and Administrative
Within the facilities, traffic flows have been signaled to avoid the crossing of people, as well as entry and exit signs. Special containers have also been placed for waste masks, disposable tissues or any material that contains fluids. All the purified water servers have been removed and every hour the equipment and furniture are sanitized in each access filter, as well as the hand washing of the responsible personnel.

In the common, academic and administrative areas, the number of people per classrooms and conference rooms is controlled, respecting the healthy distance. Likewise, there is a periodic cleaning and sanitation plan, and customer service windows with protective glasses. The use of air conditioning and fans in offices, classrooms and closed spaces is prohibited.

The workshops are scheduled to comply with the program considering the number of people and equipment needed.

Events involving more than 50 people are held online.

The cafeterias of the undergraduate and graduate buildings are open and work according to the protocols established by the corresponding authorities, as well as the periodic inspection by the Nursing staff.

The guidelines described have been evaluated in accordance with the policies of the Secretaryship of Health and the Secretaryship of Education.






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