ERICA Extending School Facility Usage Restrictions to Prevent the Redistribution of the Virus
Various controls will be eased from June 1, while heat checks and access restrictions for outsiders will be maintained
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Hanyang University ERICA campus extended its restrictions on the use of school facilities on May 21. This was to prevent the redistribution of the Nth infection of COVID-19 due to the recent outbreaks which started in an Itaewon night club. Earlier, ERICA campus announced that it will ease school control and lift restrictions on the use of facilities from June 6.
At first, there was a plan to carry out face-to-face theory classes from May 25, but the delay was extended for one week, so offline classes began on June 1. Also, restriction lifts on the usage of outdoor sports facilities and green areas were extended for two weeks and one week respectively and became available on June 1. Commuting/shuttle buses were extended for one week and also resumed normal operation on June 1.
However, temperature checks before entering buildings and cafeterias and the restriction of outsiders will be maintained until further notice. Entrance to campus is only allowed for school faculty and business visitors verified through ID checks, and those without masks are restricted from entering. The access control of outsiders through the main gate, which was lifted as of May 6, and the restrictions on the main and side gates will be continued.
ERICA campus announced that “lifts on restrictions of the usage of school sports facilities and club activity rooms will be announced in the future” and that “the announced information can be changed at a later date according to the government quarantine regulations.”
Global News Team
Translation by: Park Gyeong-min
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