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June 5, 2020 - 18:31h] Phase 2 of the Plan for the unlockdown

Dear all,

As you probably know, this coming Monday all the UPC Campuses will move toward Phase 2 of the Plan for the unlockdown issue by the authorities and in accordance with the Plan for the unlockdown that we have approved by the Governing Council ( According to the defined and approved plan, from next week the control of accesses and capacity will again depend on the academic or functional units. That is why the access form has stopped being operational since midnight. Over the weekend, all electronic access linked to university cards, will be reactivated to regain the status the y had on March 13, and it is expected that during the week will begin to reactivate the reprographic equipment and the water sources (equipment of common use that will need specific protection measures).

We have planned a series of protection elements (masks, gloves, disinfectant liquids and gels, paper dispensers, screens, etc.) that we will supply weekly according to the orders that we receive from the different UTGs in order to cover all the needs of the personnel that does face-to-face work. It is important to know that there are difficulties in finding certain protection products on the market and those that are often found, are in small quantities. We will have to adjust the weekly distribution according to the needs. Therefore, contact your UTGs reference to communicate the equipment needs or improvements to the procedures you are detecting.

At the entrances to the buildings you will find hand sanitizer dispensers and concierges will provide you with masks and, where appropriate, the items provided (gels, liquids, gloves, face shields, etc.) for your activity.

We are also working so that for the start of the course we can have in classrooms, laboratories, libraries and study rooms the necessary protection elements for our students, to whom we will also provide reusable masks.

In a cession held today with the Health and Safety Committee, we have presented the specific protection measures applicable to different groups and we will be deploying these measures, as well as the information and accompanying training actions that this process requires

You will soon receive information about the services that you will be able to find face-face- care little by little, although we remind you that we continue to provide mainly service in a non-face-to-face format.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the efforts of all the groups in order to keep the activities in this complicated situation.




Xavier Massó



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