Since school resumption on June 01, the Advanced School of Mass Communication has not recorded any case. The health club is in control.
On the campus, students arrive in their numbers. It is 7am and members of the Red Cross club are spread on all points. The president of the Red Cross Valdes FOMEKONG with the use of a thermoflash is taking students’ temperatures while the other members are ensuring the wearing of masks and hand washing.
While taking temperatures, a young dark man dressed in a white shirt and black trouser of about 1m69 in height explodes in anger, his pulse races and he breathes heavily, almost as if he would burst.
His body temperature rose, and he could feel his blood boiling while yelling directly at the gateman “my temperature has already been taken at the main gate”. An attitude which caught everyone’s attention.
One could feel the tension and hear the intensity in his tone. The volunteers had to explain to him the use of taking his or her temperature a second time, of which he had no choice than to obey to which was 35.9 degree.
In their daily activities, the Red Cross club ensures the respect of barrier measures through sensitizations which the presidents of the Red Cross and student union coordinate.
Also, in order to better manage this pandemic, the Red Cross club has weekly meetings to give reports on the different activities and problems encountered.
Tuesday 09, 2020, marked the visit of professor Ndom, director of the medical centre of Soa whose aim was to investigate and make sure of the applications of barriers measures in ASMAC are respected.
However, the president is visibly worried as he says thermo flashes are insufficient to screen the close to 1000 students. More still, students are not conscious as the wear their masks only once they see him.
Thus, the wearing of hand gloves by students has been completely banned by the Red Cross president. “It puts your closest neighbours at risk” he says. Students should therefore respect the barrier actions.