THE UNIVERSITY on Friday announced it would resume onsite office work a week after the general community quarantine (GCQ) takes effect in Metro Manila on June 1.

According to a memorandum issued by the Office of the Vice Rector, the week prior to the resumption of onsite work will be reserved for the sanitation and disinfection of the campus.

University officials were asked to follow health and safety standards such as physical distancing, wearing of face masks, and hand hygiene.

On May 28, President Rodrigo Duterte approved the recommendation of the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases to downgrade quarantine restrictions in Metro Manila.

Shuttles of private companies, transport network vehicle services such as GrabCar, taxis, tricycles, and other point-to-point services will be allowed to operate under the general community quarantine.

Trains and buses will also be allowed to operate, but at 50 percent capacity.


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