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Response to COVID-19

Learning sharks response to COVID-19


Learning sharks is still addressing COVID-19. This website provides students and faculty with information, guidance, commonly asked questions, and links to resources about COVID-19’s effects.


Latest update Of COVID-19 – 15 Nov 2022

Given the changing nature of the situation, we are providing updates detailing the latest public health guidance. Read the latest update below. Previous entries are posted chronologically beneath the latest message.

We are writing to update you on our efforts to support the well-being of the learning sharks community

Learning Sharks continue to monitor the Ministry of health care and provincial public health guidance. A fresh wave of COVID-19 infections is happening right now.
Last week, they expanded the eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination second booster shots to anyone over the age of 18.
Staying up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccinations offers the best protection against severe illness. \Everybody is urged to keep their immunisation records up to date. You should stay at home and isolate yourself if you're feeling unwell or showing any COVID-19 symptoms..

While the current pause in our mandatory mask requirement continues, the use of a medical mask in high-density indoor spaces when physical distancing is not possible is strongly encouraged during the period when cases are rising in New Delhi.

In general, no rules are interfering with our ability to take online classes. Take care.
Latest update Of COVID-19 - 15 March 2022

Students and staff are returning to the institute with the resumption of in-person classes from the beginning of Term 1, 2022.
Online options will continue to be available for students unable to return now. When in Institute, please ensure that you follow the below rules and guidelines to help keep our learning sharks community safe:
  • Firstly Do not come to campus if you have any symptoms or are unwell or you are considered a close contact of a COVID-19 positive case.
  • Surely, Masks are mandatory on public transport.
  • While masks are longer mandatory in all indoor areas we strongly encourage you to wear masks in indoor settings on the campus, particularly in classrooms and where physical distancing cannot be maintained.
  • In line with Learning sharks Health guidance, the institute use has identified a set of high-risk activities where Safety Risk Assessments have deemed that masks should continue to be worn. These are situations where distancing cannot be maintained for extended periods including in teaching environments. Your Faculty or Division will determine and communicate specific activities and classes where a face mask will be required.
  • In Fact, Keep a safe distance from others, and if you can’t, we strongly recommend that you wear a good quality mask – N95, P2, or surgical mask.
  • You Should Wash or sanitize your hands regularly.
  • At last, Get your booster shot to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

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