The Ministry of Science and Higher Education approved recommendations for organizing education in universities in the context of a pandemic, recommending transferring unvaccinated students to the “remote location”. About it informs TASS.
It is recommended that students who have been vaccinated against coronavirus or have suffered COVID-19 in the last six months are recommended to teach in person and freely admit to the premises of universities.
In addition, the ministry recommended that exams be held separately for vaccinated and unvaccinated students, and when students check into a hostel, they require a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, illness or medical treatment. Also, universities are recommended to organize the vaccination of foreign students at the expense of educational institutions “if there is an appropriate opportunity.”
We will remind, on August 8, Minister of Science and Higher Education Valery Falkov said that “there are no requirements for mandatory vaccination of all students, including foreigners.”