Rabat – Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah College in Fez has mobilized assets to conduct disinfection operations in opposition to the unfold of COVID-19 in all amenities in preparation for the upcoming exams.
The college’s transfer comes as college students of all educational fields put together to sit down for exams of the spring session for the 2019-2020 college season, which have been postponed because of the COVID-19 disaster.
The rescheduled spring session exams will happen from September 16-19.
Dr. Mohammed Moubtassim, the vice-dean of the College of Letters and Humanities of Dhar El Mahraz, instructed Morocco World Information that the disinfection operation goals to make sure the security of professors, college students, and administrative workers.
Dr. Moubtassim stated the College of Fez will host 1,602 college students in 11 modular diploma packages for exams within the subsequent week.
In the meantime, 800 will sit for a similar exams in 9 native facilities throughout the Fez-Boulemane area, he added.
The facilities are positioned in Taounate, Rhafsai, Tissa, El Kariat, Taza, Tahla, Boulemane, Missour, and Sefrou.
Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah College in Fez introduced final month its determination to postpone exams because of the rising variety of COVID-19 circumstances within the metropolis and all through the nation as an entire.
The College of Fez stated that any scholar with COVID-19 ought to declare their an infection by means of a pre-registration web site. Doing so will permit her or him to sit down for exams after recovering from the virus.
The choice to postpone exams adopted a gathering of the college’s coordinating council, who expressed concern with the continued unfold of the COVID-19 pandemic in Fez.
Town of Fez is among the many areas the place a whole bunch of latest COVID-19 circumstances emerge each day.
Native authorities have intensified COVID-19 consciousness campaigns within the metropolis, the place lockdown measures have been reimposed since July.