Adamson suspends classes during 3-day national vax drive

Published November 28, 2021, 3:41 PM

by Gabriela Baron

The Adamson University (Adu) suspended classes on Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 in support of the government’s vaccination drive and to encourage its students to get vaccinated against coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

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In a joint memorandum, AdU Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Catherine Q. Castaned and Vice President for Administrative Affairs Dr. Venusmar C. Quevedo advised their students and faculty members to participate in the 3-day vaccination drive.

“The administration of Adamson University then decided to declare the suspension of classes on the said dates as a way to support the government’s vaccination drive and encourage our students to get vaccinated,” it read.

AdU also reminded its teachers to ensure that the learning outcomes of their respective courses or subject are met and their delivery of lessons are not seriously affected.

The national government is targeting to administer nine million doses of COVID-19 vaccines during the three-day “Bayanihan Bakunahan.”