Letter from Vice Rector about returning to campus June 1, 2021
To: the TAU community
Re: Update from the Vice Rector – Resuming full teaching and research activities on campus following the annulment of the Covid-19 regulations
Israel's Ministry of Health has announced that on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, the Covid-19 regulations, according to which we have conducted ourselves over the past year, will expire. Consequently, the use of the 'purple tag' and 'green tag' in all management, teaching and research activities will be discontinued.
Accordingly, all on-campus teaching, research and events will be resumed with no limitations, and we shall return to our normal campus routine, just as it was before the pandemic. There will be no restrictions on entering the campus, classrooms, lecture halls, teaching and research laboratories, libraries, or any other room, hall or structure on campus.
At this stage, we are all still required to wear masks in indoor spaces, such as classrooms and research labs. As we announced at the beginning of the academic year, we will continue to make on-campus lessons accessible to students off-campus (whether through Zoom or via recordings). Sessions that could not be made accessible, such as teaching labs, will remain inaccessible from off-campus, requiring physical attendance.
I emphasize once again that all end-of-semester exams will take place on campus (I refer to exams for which online supervision had been planned).
I wish you all pleasant and successful activities during the remainder of this academic year, in the sincere hope that the pandemic is indeed behind us.
Prof. Eyal Zisser,
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