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UNISSA commences physical, hybrid sessions

Rokiah Mahmud

Some 1,045 Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA) students began physical and hybrid sessions at campuses in Gadong of Brunei-Muara District and Sinaut of Tutong District.

UNISSA also continued its teaching and learning sessions online according to the suitability of the lessons for the modules offered.

From the total enrolment, 372 students have started attending lectures at the Faculty of Agriculture and Halalan Thayyiban Research Centre at the Sinaut Campus.

In ensuring the safety and well-being of students and employees, the university adheres to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) outlined by the Ministry of Health (MoH).

Only students who have completed full doses of the COVID-19 vaccines are allowed on campus. They will also need to undergo antigen rapid test (ART) once a week with a negative result. Staff and students must wear face masks, scan the BruHealth QR code and take their body temperature prior to entering the premises.

A lecture at UNISSA’s Gadong campus. PHOTOS: UNISSA
Students undergo antigen rapid tests at the Sinaut campus