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Dear York Community,
Late last week, the Deputy Minister of Colleges and Universities (MCU), distributed a memo providing guidance to the post-secondary sector for Fall 2021 planning, based on progressing vaccination rates in Ontario and continued improvements in public health indicators. This guidance includes: 上周晚些时候，高等教育部副部长 (MCU)下发了一份备忘录，根据安大略省不断提高的疫苗接种率和公共卫生指标的持续改善，为高等教育部门 2021年秋季规划提供指导。该指导包括：
It is important to note that post-secondary education (PSE) institutions will still be required to follow relevant public health and workplace safety requirements. MCU will be releasing an updated Postsecondary Education Public Health Measures Framework in early August 2021, with further information including the requirement for all PSE institutions to have Continuity of Education Plans in place before September, in the event of a disruption to in-person teaching and learning. The guidance from MCU is welcomed news, as it provides greater clarity for us as we continue to plan for the gradual re-opening of our campuses. As has been the case in our planning throughout the pandemic, we will continue to put the safety and wellbeing of our community first, in order to allow us to resume in-person activities on our campuses with confidence. We also appreciate that many course directors may have already made plans based on the confirmed mode of delivery loaded onto our system this past week. Students have also begun to register for courses based on the information provided, regarding requirements for on-campus/in-person or online/remote delivery. Those plans provide a strong foundation for increasing activities on our campuses, while meeting the diverse needs of our students as we prepare for the fall. We will therefore proceed with the mix of in-person/on-campus and remote/online activities as planned. Hopefully, the improvements in our public health situation will allow for increased in-person/on-campus activities, including instructor/student meets, co-curricular and extra-curricular student events. However broadly speaking, the MCU guidance does not materially impact our Fall Term plans. Specifically, the University does not intend to convert existing courses or meets that have been marked for remote or online delivery, to in-person delivery.
- The resumption of all in-person instruction and on-campus activities without capacity limits;
- No physical distancing requirements; and
- The continuing requirement for masks and face coverings to be worn in indoor spaces.
希望公共卫生状况的改善将允许增加更多的面对面/校园活动机会，包括教师和学生的见面、课外活动和学生活动等。但从广义上讲，MCU 的指导不会对我们的秋季学期计划产生重大影响。具体而言，约克大学不会将现有的或已标记为远程（remote）或线上（online）的课程转换为面授（in-person）。For the remainder of the Summer Term, as mentioned in our last community update, York University continues to maintain existing 2-metre physical distancing requirements, while some fitness and in-person research activities involving human participants will resume under Step 3. We also continue to ask that those who wish to come to campus at this time request access via the Campus Access System.
在剩余的夏季学期里，正如我们在上次社区更新（https://www.yorku.ca/bettertogether/2021/07/16/update-on-step-3-reopening/）中提到的，约克大学继续保持现有的 2 米社交距离要求，而一些需要实地参与的健身和研究活动将在第3步（https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000501/ontario-moving-to-step-three-of-roadmap-to-reopen-on-july-16）下恢复。我们还将继续要求希望在此时进入校园的人通过校园访问系统（https://campusaccess.yorku.ca/）申请入校。Further details about the Fall Term will be shared with you by early August. In the coming weeks, more information will also be shared via weekly Wellness Wednesday Return to Campus Special Issues and on the Better Together website. If you have questions about York’s safe return to campus that are not currently covered under the FAQs, please feel free to submit them here.
有关秋季学期的更多详细信息，我们将在 8 月初与您分享。在接下来的几周内，更多信息还将通过每周一次的《健康周三重返校园特刊》和 Better Together 网站（https://www.yorku.ca/bettertogether/）分享。如果您的问题未涵盖在约克安全返校FAQs板块，可随时在此处提交：https://www.yorku.ca/bettertogether/safe-return-to-campus/Provost & Vice-President Academic Vice-President, Research & Innovation 原文链接：https://www.yorku.ca/bettertogether/2021/07/20/community-update-48-interim-update-on-provincial-guidance-for-the-fall-term/