Percentage of additional handwashing and sanitation facilities during Covid-19 pandemic
Description:
1. During the Covid 19 pandemic, masks and disinfectants were placed at the main entrances of the university, the entrances of all buildings, meeting rooms and executive offices. This practice is still ongoing.
Disinfectant chambers provide on the campus main gate and several faculty buildings. Meanwhile, the figure shows handwashing facilities placed near every entrance of buildings. Hand sanitizer containers place in every corner of the buildings, where handwashing facilities are impossible to install.

2. All buildings, halls, classrooms, services, etc. contact points are regularly disinfected by expert teams. This practice is still ongoing.

3. Handwashing facilities on campus have been built taking into account the total campus population. During the pandemic, distance education and partial distance working system were switched and the campus population decreased by 80%. For this reason, there was no need for additional hand washing facilities.

Some other applications made during the Covid 19 pandemic process are as follows:

• Within the scope of the fight against coronavirus (covid-19) at our university, a commission was formed under the chairmanship of our Vice-Chancellor, and the process was closely monitored and controlled.

• Temperature measurements were carried out.

• At the campus entrances, an inquiry for the HES Code, which shows the health status of the person, is carried out.

• Social distancing bands have been applied in crowded areas throughout the campus.

• Remote working has been implemented in order to prevent the density of people on the campus.

• Covid-19 information posters, mask warning posters and hand disinfectants were placed in the campus and personnel services.

• In case of possible covid-19 patients residing in the dormitories for girls and boys, two quarantine rooms with two beds were created in each dormitory for girls and boys to ensure isolation.

• The distance between tables and chairs is at least 1 meter. In order to prevent close distance, warning cards indicating the number of people who can sit are hung at the dining tables.

• Personnel with respiratory tract infection symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) were directed to the health institution for PCR testing. Personnel found to be in contact with Covid-19 were not employed.

• Inspections are carried out for wearing masks in closed environments where there may be crowded.
• Covid-19 information meetings were held for staff.

• Organized training for international students with an occupational physician, an authorized specialist family physician.

• In order to draw attention to the Covid-19 disease, awareness-raising seminars were held on social media.

Additional evidence link:
https://www.izu.edu.tr/docs/default-source/default-document-library/e-bulten.pdf?sfvrsn=e163f56c_0