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There is no prejudice in limited face-to-face classes, according to CHED.

According to Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairperson Prospero de Vera III, the decision to limit face-to-face learning in college to fully-vaccinated professors and students is not discriminatory.

De Vera told reporters late Wednesday afternoon that the decision is not a breach of human rights because people who have not been vaccinated can still engage in online classes.

“There is no discrimination because everyone has the option to attend classes.” To protect the vaccinated professors and students, unvaccinated people will not be allowed to attend face-to-face classes,” he told reporters.

According to the official, at least 82.45% of higher education institution workers in both public and private universities had been vaccinated against the coronavirus sickness 2019 as of November 25. (Covid-19).

Vaccination coverage among pupils has increased to 45.91 percent, up from 30 percent in October.

De Vera was in the city to meet with Eastern Visayas university presidents and other academic officials.

In public universities and colleges, as well as private higher education institutions, limited face-to-face classes will be implemented for all courses.

The amount of people who show up on campus will be determined by how many students have been vaccinated.

The number of students who can be accommodated in a classroom is also determined by how it was modified.

“Retrofitting does not necessitate the construction of new facilities.” “All they’ll have to do now is enhance the facilities for safety and make sure there’s enough ventilation,” de Vera added.

Throughout the lesson, students will be required to maintain physical distance and wear face masks. There will be no separators erected between student chairs.

De Vera encouraged school officials to work with local governments to facilitate a smooth transition back to face-to-face classes in college.

“It’s critical to work with the local government because there are things to consider, such as the availability of public transit for kids,” he added.

Although CHED enabled in-person learning to begin in December, several school leaders chose to begin classes in January 2022.

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