The CES University headquarters in Medellín, Envigado and Sabaneta have reopened their doors to the university community and this opening goes hand in hand with the recommendations given by the World Health Organization on prevention of COVID-19 infections.
For this reason, from the area of Safety and Health at Work, some measures were formulated for people with certain pathologies or health conditions that make them more vulnerable and who are recommended to stay at home.
People suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD or asthma), cardiac or immunosuppressive pathologies, people with morbid obesity and people suffering from chronic kidney diseases, who are undergoing dialysis treatment, among others, should continue with their work activities and academic assisted by information technologies.
“The biosafety protocols provided by the university are a means to prevent the spread of the virus, protect the most vulnerable population and achieve practical academic activities in a safe way. In addition, it is extremely important that the entire university community makes a timely report of their health conditions through their immediate bosses, deans and academic coordinators, ”said Verónica Laverde Gómez, leader of Occupational Health and Safety.
Another important measure is the completion of the web applicationCES takes care of me, in which it is intended to make a classification of the population that may be vulnerable due to some pre-existing pathology or that shows signs and symptoms that could be associated with covid-19.
People who want to access the web applicationCES takes care of methey can do it through the followinglink.