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Long live the science: university professors are vaccinated in Porto Alegre – Coletiva.net

Teachers were immunized on Tuesday morning
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Universities are fundamental to the scientific and technological progress of the population. One of them was to find hope in immunizing society against infectious and contagious diseases, especially Covid-19. Today, 14 a.m., the vaccination began with the first dose of university professors, in 12 health units, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., and in the child care center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. report Coletiva.net Talk with teachers from some educational institutions in Porto Alegre, from communication courses, to understand more about feeling immunized.

“unclear”

teacher and coordinator From INQ’s Public Relations Center at UniRitter’s College of Social Communication, Chris de LucaIt was a relief, mixed with an emotional feeling, she said, after the fortification at Modelo Posto. “It is inexplicable, because I am very affected by the situation, because we see a lot going on in relation to the pandemic,” explains She, a journalist and PR.

“The meaning of that is that we still have a long way to go as everyone still needs to be vaccinated, teachers and students, until things get back to normal,” he said. “Knowing that there is a need for education, research and science,” he stressed.

“It was exciting”

According to the journalism course coordinator at PUC-RS, Fabien Chelkanov ThierryThe feeling of receiving the first dose of the immunizing agent was exciting, as it was also possible to see friends and colleagues whom I had not seen in a while.

The professor stressed that “the academy is a place to build knowledge, and today it has a very important meaning, as vaccination was done in the institution’s library, which is very representative of the community to show that the outcome of all this is knowledge.” That “our position is firm and resistant, no one can take that away from us.”

“The passion and satisfaction are so intense”

Today was also the day of Paola Zanchi, Professor of Advertising Course at Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing From Porto Alegre (ESPM-Sul) to receive the vaccine. According to the pro, she’s feeling pretty privileged right now.

He commented, “In a country where education is not a priority, this ends up being an encouragement. Records end up becoming a cliché, but the emotion and relief of receiving the vaccine and taking the photo is so intense.”

“Given the social effects of the lack of control of the epidemic in Brazil, associated with the need to return to in-person classrooms, the vaccination of teachers represents a significant advance in education,” he said with affection. He concluded that “the possibility of resuming teaching in the traditional model suggests a renewal of hope.”

Immunization continues

From Tuesday the 15th of this month, the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGs) will vaccinate all of its employees against the coronavirus. Immunization takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the School of Nursing, in Rua So Manoel, No. 963, “Campus Sade”. At the site, the dosing will be applied by the drive-by system and also for people who come on foot.

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