Activities and Procedures
The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research directed not to allow students, students, and teaching staff to work in all governmental and private institutes, colleges and universities, and to count them in absence if they did not bring the vaccination card or a negative PCR examination weekly for those who were not covered by the vaccine or injured within three months, supported by medical reports from the competent committees starting from 1/ 9/2021
The Deanship of the College of Science begins implementing a series of strict safety and health prevention measures
The Deanship of the College of Science at the University of Baghdad has started applying a series of strict procedures by introducing human body temperature measuring devices into service, in order to start the process of examining affiliates and auditors for temperature within the instructions set by the Higher Committee for Health and Safety.
These measures taken by the Dean of the College aimed at emphasizing the fulfillment of the requirements of safety and prevention examinations for everyone who enters the College of Science, in anticipation of any possible infections with Covid-19, to confront this dangerous virus and to intensify preventive efforts to avoid the spread of this disease and to limit exposure to its causes and control it.
The measures taken by the college also included directing generals to the scientific and administrative departments who are covered by the part-time, to the need to abide by the instructions in tightening the precautionary measures taken to prevent the spread of the (Corona) virus, as well as the Public Relations and Information Division of the college publishing awareness panels throughout The college calls for wearing masks and paws and a commitment to social distancing, as well as continuing to carry out fogging campaigns for administrative offices and spaces and attention to public hygiene.
The Deanship of the College of Science calls on its part-time affiliates and auditors to adhere to health prevention measures
The Deanship of the College of Science at the University of Baghdad has called on all of its part-time employees who are included in the necessary staff, which were determined by the Higher Committee for Health and Safety or from the college auditors, to take into account the recommendations in distancing, follow prevention measures, wear gloves, masks and glasses, and use sterilizers, etc., while apologizing for receiving violators of the conditions Preventive safety.
This call, which was addressed by the Deanship, aimed at the importance of following safety and prevention measures in anticipation of any possible infections with Covid-19, addressing this dangerous virus, and intensifying preventive efforts to avoid the spread of this disease and reduce exposure to its causes and control.
The measures taken by the college included directing generals to the scientific and administrative departments who are covered by the part-time, to the need to adhere to the instructions in tightening the precautionary measures taken to prevent the spread of the (Corona) virus, as well as directing the Public Relations and Media Division in the college to publish awareness panels throughout The college calls for wearing masks and paws and a commitment to social distancing, as well as continuing to carry out fogging campaigns for administrative offices and spaces and attention to public hygiene.
In implementation of the directives of the Ministry of Higher Education and the Presidency of the University of Baghdad.. The College of Science conducts examinations and surveys for its affiliates of students, teachers and employees
The College of Science at the University of Baghdad, in cooperation with the Central Health Laboratory of the Ministry of Health, conducted surveys and examinations for college students, staff and teachers; To detect the Corona virus and urge them to take the vaccinations provided by the Ministry in its health centers spread throughout Baghdad and its governorates.
This campaign, which was supervised by the Dean of the College of Sciences, Professor Dr. Abdul Karim Abdul Razzaq, comes in implementation of the directives of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Professor Dr. Nabil Kazem Abdul-Saheb and President of the University of Baghdad, Professor Dr. Munir Hamid Al-Saadi, as part of the preventive and precautionary measures to confront the Corona pandemic, as he The medical team takes the necessary swabs for many of the college’s affiliates.
The turnout of the affiliates was good and voluntarily to conduct swabs, which confirms the awareness and commitment of the college students and its affiliates to health instructions, as the medical team urged health education about Corona virus disease and attention to personal and public hygiene, hand washing and sterilization, social and spatial distancing, wearing a mask and taking vaccinations provided by the Ministry the health.
A specialized virtual scientific symposium held by the College of Science to refute rumors and misinformation about vaccinations for Covid 19 injuries
The Department of Biotechnology, in cooperation with the Ibn Sina Units for E-Learning and Continuing Education at the College of Science at the University of Baghdad, organized an electronic scientific symposium entitled “Covid 19 Vaccines, Scientific Facts and Rumors” with the participation of a number of students, teachers, and those concerned with medical and pharmaceutical affairs.
The symposium aimed to identify the available vaccines for the Corona virus, such as (AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Biotech, Sinopharma, Sinovac and Johnson), which have proven to be effective in protecting against disease, reducing the severity of symptoms, reducing the duration of the disease and not deteriorating the patient’s condition, in addition to its goal in introducing the Corona virus and the confusion it caused. To the life of all mankind, with human and economic losses, with its three waves of the disease that have left millions of infected and thousands of deaths now, as well as malicious rumors and misinformation that are circulated by non-specialists to frighten citizens from taking vaccinations.
The scientific symposium presented by Dr. Abdullah Hussein and Dr. Ali Abdul-Hussein Kazem, lecturer at the University of Kratz – Austria, included highlighting many of the available vaccines for the Corona virus, which have proven to be effective in protecting against disease and not deteriorating the patient’s condition, indicating what it led to reduce or Preventing the need for hospitalization or intensive care, explaining the idea of vaccination with a brief for each type.
At the end of the symposium, it was allowed to answer questions about the effectiveness of the vaccine or the damages resulting from vaccination, with clarification of some scientific facts and refuted rumors about the disease and the vaccine, and the great importance of taking it to reduce the injuries resulting from it.
A virtual scientific symposium at the College of Science on the latest developments in Corona disease, its treatments and research, and what science has reached to prevent it
The Department of Life Sciences, in cooperation with the Ibn Sina E-Learning Unit at the College of Science at the University of Baghdad, organized a virtual scientific symposium tagged “the latest therapeutic and preventive developments for the Covid-19 pandemic” with the participation of teachers, researchers, students and interested people from inside and outside Iraq.
The virtual scientific symposium presented via Google Meet aimed to stand on the Corona epidemic, which is one of the most severe global health crises in the current era through the spread of this virus since its appearance late last year in all continents except Antarctica and the increasing number of infections daily to exceed ten million injuries in the scientist .
The symposium included the participation of Prof. Dr. Nawal Muhammad Utbah, a teaching professor in the Department of Life Sciences at the College of Science, University of Baghdad, who specializes in virus immunity, Dr. Omar Al-Sakban, who specializes in epidemiological diseases, Dr. Donia Al-Nuaimi, specialized in family medicine, and artist actor Ghaleb Jawad, who conveyed the experience of his infection with the virus.
The lectures dealt with the latest developments in Corona disease and the findings of scientific research in the field of treatment protocols used to treat patients infected with this virus, including the use of blood plasma isolated from those recovering from the disease, the advantages and disadvantages of using therapeutic methods, the conditions for their use, the development of anti-virus vaccines, and the competition of pharmaceutical companies and countries to produce them.
A teacher at the College of Science participates with a group of Iraqi researchers and experts in a community activity to prevent Covid-19
The teaching assistant in the Department of Life Sciences at the College of Science, University of Baghdad, Assistant Professor Dr. Mai Khalil Ismail, who specializes in microbiology and immunology, participated in a community activity on COVID-19 with a group of researchers and experts from different Iraqi universities in the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
The community activity, which has an awareness-raising, educational, and educational nature, aims to guide members of society in its various segments to prevent infection with Covid-19, which was presented with a leaflet translated into six international languages, including English, French, Spanish, Hindi and Chinese.