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New Crown Pneumonia|CityU allows employees to work from home this week PolyU: All classrooms are taught online

2020-07-13T23:23:35.215Z

The outbreak of the new coronary pneumonia in Hong Kong has deteriorated, and many experts have recently called for the possibility of considering working at home. City University issued a notice that in order to reduce risks, department heads can flexibly arrange employees to work from home for one week from today (13th). The Polytechnic University also said that starting today, all classrooms and general teaching activities will be taught online. If the epidemic continues to deteriorate, the school will consider suspending all necessary face-to-face teaching activities.



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Written by: Wang Jieen

2020-07-13 12:57

Last update date: 2020-07-13 12:57

The outbreak of the new coronary pneumonia in Hong Kong has deteriorated, and many experts have recently called for the possibility of considering working at home. City University issued a notice that in order to reduce risks, department heads can flexibly arrange employees to work from home for one week from today (13th).

The Polytechnic University also said that starting today, all classrooms and general teaching activities will be taught online. If the epidemic continues to deteriorate, the school will consider suspending all necessary face-to-face teaching activities.

City University issued a notice that department heads can flexibly arrange employees to work from home for a week from today. (Profile picture)

CityU arranges flexible work

CityU said that in response to a new round of infection in Hong Kong, heads of departments can flexibly arrange employees to work at home for a week from today, and at the same time work arrangements should be made to maintain the services and operations of the offices.

As for coordinating colleagues' work back to school, the school stated that flexible arrangements should be implemented, including flexible working hours and lunch breaks.

The Polytechnic University stated that starting from today, all classrooms and general teaching activities, including classrooms during the summer semester, will be taught online. (Profile picture)

PolyU: Internship or laboratory training will still be taught in person

PolyU pointed out that in view of the seriousness of the epidemic, all classes and teaching arrangements have been reviewed immediately. Starting from today, all classrooms and general teaching activities, including those in the summer semester, will be taught online; as for face-to-face teaching activities, such as The internship or laboratory training will still be taught by the school, but it emphasizes the strict implementation of epidemic prevention measures and the maintenance of social distance. The school also stated that if the epidemic continues to deteriorate, it will consider suspending all necessary face-to-face teaching activities.

The summer semester and the unfinished assessment for the next semester of 2019/20, the school said that it will be conducted in different ways depending on the situation. Most of the registration procedures for new students next school year will be conducted online.

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