August 24 marks a new beginning for Beihang students as the first phase of students returned to campus after seven mouths of online research and education because of the epidemic outbreak.
The first batch of move-in students are over 3,800 post-graduate students. “Although it has been a long time before I finally come back, everything here is still so familiar to me,” said one student, who had a cheerful look behind his face mask.
In order to ensure the safety of students, the university takes a variety of anti-epidemic measures. The “campus pass”, student identity, body temperature and health code shall be checked before a student is allowed to enter the campus.
Beihang also prepares a “health care package” containing face masks, thermometer and hand sanitizers for each student arriving at the campus.
After verifying their identities and health states, students will be ferried to their dorms by a shuttle bus.
The buildings are mapped out with one-way systems. In student dorms and school canteens, face recognition systems are used to check students’ identities and measure body temperature.
According to the principle of entering the campus by staggered shifts, students will be divided into different groups to return to Beihang.
Reported by Wang Qing
Photographed by Song Chao and Tian Wei
Reviewed by Li Jianwei
Edited by Di Bailu and Jia Aiping
Translated by Xiong Ting