Marked safe for on-site learning: AdMU passes QC’s safety checks

Published January 27, 2022, 4:53 PM

by Charie Mae F. Abarca

One step forward towards the eventual return to on-site learning, the Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU), on Thursday, Jan. 27, announced that it passed the Quezon City (QC) local government’s school health and safety inspection.

Photo from Ateneo de Manila University’s Facebook page

“This means that our Loyola Heights campus, specifically the Loyola Schools (LS) complex and the Loyola School of Theology (LST), has passed the health and safety standards set by the local government, and is deemed safe for face-to-face classes,” said AdMU in its latest bulletin.

Meanwhile, according to AdMU, the inspections covered facilities and protocols that will be utilized and used during the planned on-campus classes in the LS complex and LST.

“The QC local government issued the Safety Seal recommendation last Tuesday, Jan. 25,” it added.

 
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