Through a statement, the University of Guadalajara announced that the return to face-to-face classes of students was postponed once again, after the increase in cases COVID-19 What is in Jalisco?
It was revealed that It will be until next February 8, when students of all educational levels that belong to the UdeG will be able to return to the classroom, until now the students will continue to take online classes as they have been doing.
But, what do the students think about the new postponement to classes?
In a note made by this medium, which reported on the new postponement of classes announced by the UdeG, students and users gave their opinion on the new measures established by the university, since the dates to return to classes continue to be postponed. face-to-face due to the increase in COVID-19 cases.
There were users who they agreed with the new regulations and supported the decision made by the rector of the UdeG.
Maria López Franco said that “this is a sense of responsibility on the part of the rector and, as always, the University of Guadalajara is at the forefront of epidemiological criteria.”
Jorge Iván Rocard also commented that it seems to him a decision “sensible” by the university.
Rick Padron opined that “the UdeG does take actions”.
There were also comments where they mentioned that children have not been vaccinated and they continue to expose themselves by attending face-to-face classes.
Rocio Montaño said she was dissatisfied because “Everyone is already vaccinated” and said that in primary and preschool where they are not vaccinated they do attend.
Others expressed their opinion that other public places remain open and that there may be more risk of contagion.
Elvia de la Rosa questioned why cancel classes if the clubs are open and there are also infections there.
And why did the primaries come back normal? Ise Mon questioned.