SBC Alabang resumes on-site operations

Published April 14, 2021, 9:46 AM

by Gabriela Baron

Following the implementation of modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in the National Capital Region (NCR), San Beda College (SBC) Alabang has resumed on-site operations on Wednesday, April 14.

(Photo from SBC Alabang)

In a memorandum released April 12, SBC Alabang said that only 50 percent of personnel will be allowed to physically report to work. Offices will maintain a skeleton workforce.

For employees reporting to work, shuttle services will be provided.

The university also assured that strict observance of minimum health protocols such as double masking, wearing of face shield, frequent hand washing, and physical distancing will be imposed inside its campus.

Group gathering and loitering were not allowed inside the campus.

Meanwhile, only persons whose visit is essential will be allowed entry. Campus entry clearance must be arranged at least three days before actual visit.

NCR is under MECQ until April 30.