Seven months later after the closure of university doors due to COVID-19 pandemic, and following the inspection conducted by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education, schools were authorized to safely re-open in the middle of October.
From the evening of November 7th, 2020, UNILAK resumed its activities and its students (levels 3 and level 4), are back to the university.
They were thrilled of joy as they resume their studies and with hope to complete their studies in the very near future.
“We thank the government for the decision to let us come back to school as well as the institution management for the readiness to welcome us back. We hope for the best and we are ready to play our role to fight against the spread of COVID 19”; said Mr. Robert Shema, a student in level 3 in Marketing.
The UNILAK management warmly welcomed its finalist’s students and entrust them the responsibility to not spread the COVID 19 by strictly observing prevention measures.
The institution has set different facilities as well as measures against the spread of COVID 19; among them fixing a two meters social distancing between one person and another, reducing the number of students in classrooms, setting hands washing stations, posters reminding students, staff and visitors to comply with COVID 19 prevention measures as well as punishments to those who will not comply with the prevention measures.
As a precautionary measure against the pandemic, UNILAK has constructed hand washing stations around all its campuses. Also, students and staff who come into the Campus through all designated entrances get tested as a rule, using the thermo-flash facilities provided. Volunteers have been mobilized to help monitor the implementation of these guidelines.