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Back to physical teaching for Neapolis university

Neapolis University Paphos has announced it will be operating physically during the winter semester of the academic year 2021-2022.

Following the relevant decision of its senate, the university said lessons will start with the physical presence of its academic community, while relevant health protocols will also be adhered to.

“With this decision we fully ensure the health, safe living and return to the normal provision of our educational and support services to the student community,” said university rector professor Sklias Pantelis.

According to a press release, the relevant protocols of the state as well as the defined rules of entry and stay in public spaces are followed in the university with the aim to “ensure the health, safety and comfortable living” of all members of the academic community, but also to “avoid the spread of the pandemic to the local community”.

Pantelis also called on youth and academic community to get vaccinated “to stop the spread of the pandemic and its unfortunate consequences for the social and productive fabric of our homeland.”


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