The student at Copenhagen College must comply with a distances of a minimum of one meter. And so they have to use the mundbind in teaching across the hold, where the afstandskravet can be difficult to comply with.
this was stated by The Copenhagen College in a press release prior to the studiestarten.
The students do not even have mundbind with in the bag. They are being handed to them. Free, informs professionshøjskolen.
According to the school's website yesterday that more than 20,000 students at the educational institution.
- It is very important for us, that we can once again offer our many students, physical education, says the rector Stefan Hermann in the press release.
- We have made many experiences with the digital education over the spring, but it is also clear, that we miss the real meeting between people.
In exceptional cases will afstandskravet be two metres. The students will be taught the same team more than before in order to avoid contamination.
- We come especially to give priority to physical appearance, when it comes to introductory courses and freshman students, who need a good start with their education.
- It is important for the study environment and their wellbeing that they get attached ribbon in their study groups. Train and øveaktiviteter as, for example, when our sygeplejerskestuderende need to learn to take blood samples, is also difficult to learn digital, so it will also be a priority area for our physical education, " says Stefan Hermann.
There are recorded about 5800 new student at Copenhagen College in the new academic year. Because of coronakrisen is rusture in the year cancelled.
on the whole reaches the corona remains in classrooms across the country.
Thus, students and employees at Roskilde Katedralskole use mundbind outside of the classroom, when the Wednesday start after the summer holidays.
- Before the summer we had maybe a hope that we could return after the holidays to an almost normal daily life.
- The latest days of development has, however, stressed that the covid-19 is just as serious a threat as before the summer break, said the rector Claus Niels Nielsen, in a press release Monday.