Dompak – Raja Ali Haji UMRAH Maritime University together with the Riau Islands COVID 19 Task Force will vaccinate students and lecturers who have not been vaccinated. This is done in preparation for holding Face-to-face Learning (PTM) according to the circular letter of the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research, and Technology Number 4 dated September 13, 2021.
Before vaccination is carried out, UMRAH will first collect vaccination status data for lecturers and students. The results of the data collection will be sent to the Riau Islands Province COVID-19 Task Force to be input for the KEPRI COVID-19 task force to be able to give approval for the implementation of PTM.
“For lecturers we will give vaccines, for students who have not we will give vaccines,” said Ary Satya Dharma, Head of the UMRAH Academic Student Affairs and Cooperation Bureau (BAKK), Tuesday (6/10/2021)
Ary then said that the Chancellor of UMRAH had coordinated with the Riau Islands Province COVID 19 Task Force to be able to facilitate vaccinations for UMRAH students.
“Later on, if the PTM or Offline Lectures will be implemented, maybe not at full capacity, so around 20 percent offline, the rest may be run simultaneously virtually with a hybrid concept, a combination of online and offline,” said Ary.
Considering that Tanjungpinang has been designated as a Level 1 PPKM area according to the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 48 of 2021, PTM is very possible, of course with a note, there is approval from parents or guardians for students taking face-to-face learning.
Editor & Translation : Adi Pranadipa