Measures to Prevent the Spread of a New Coronavirus Infection
As part of the measures being implemented in the Russian Federation to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection in Moscow, Rospotrebnadzor, together with the Moscow Department of Health, is working systematically to identify and treat COVID-19 infected people, as well as to isolate those who have come into contact with them.
As part of the work to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, Moscow Aviation Institute is conducting the following set of measures.
Since March 17, 2020 Moscow Aviation Institute has fully implemented online learning.
Since March 26, 2020 the University employees have been worked remotely.
To April 8, MAI detected 2 cases of coronavirus infection among students. The patients have been hospitalized and their health is not in danger. Those who came into contact with them are also isolated.
MAI takes all necessary measures to prevent coronavirus, including regular body temperature measurements for all students living in dormitories, disinfection of premises during the day, air disinfection with recirculators, and others.
Since April 6, MAI has renewed the educational process in an online format. Currently, the issue of the procedure for conducting the summer examination session and state final certification in an online format is being discussed. Thus, all necessary measures are implemented to ensure the continuity of the learning process and diplomas issuance to MAI graduates in time.
The Russian Government is allowing regular international flights to resume to certain countries, including to:
- South Korea,
- the United Kingdom,
- United Arab Emirates.