Hello to everyone, I am curious to know if your institution is planning a return to work strategy, in particular, as it relates to physical distancing. Here at Fanshawe, we are already in the planning phase in terms how we may do this. Example, continue with online to the extent possible and scheduling face-to-face lab work on alternate days with reduced class sizes. We are also looking at ways to promote physical distancing while on campus similar to what we are seeing in stores, regulating entry and with floor markers and signs. The college is also considering regulating entry points. I am wondering if there are any other institutions who are also considering a return to work plan that addresses physical distancing. Thank you.
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Hola, We're currently working through the same situation. Trent has a lot of choke points where physical distancing is going to be a challenge. We are working with three scenarios, September full start up, September online with a student move in sometime over the fall or September online with students moving back in January. Reduction of class sizes is being worked through, online lectures with more in person seminars to spread out the class size. We are also looking at floor signs and making out door pathways one way. I imagine the decisions are still a month or two away. We are planning on a very extensive communications plan with input and cooperation with local health authorities, HR and Health and Safety. I will follow up once we have a better direction. More Zoom meeting yea.