SANT’ANNA SCHOOL AND THE SECOND PHASE IN COMBATING COVID-19. THE COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND THIRD MISSION ACTIVITIES TO ACCELERATE THE RETURN TO “NEW” NORMAL CONDITIONS AND REOPENING OF ECONOMIES

Sant’Anna School has never stopped teachingresearching and making efforts to produce distance learning continuity programs. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Sant’Anna School has ensured the safety and wellbeing of students and staff on campus. A special attention was paid to the students who could not return home by responding to their educational needs, maintaining essential services and ensuring ongoing support.

Over the last few weeks, coronavirus has not infected our research work and publications. Sant’Anna School researchers have authored articles, papers and expressed their opinions highlighting third mission activities and principles around which we can build the so-called "phase two" of the health emergency.

At an institutional level, measures have been taken to make sure that all health and safety procedures are implemented to promote the safety and security of all members of the Sant’Anna community. Key concepts and specific interventions (in Italian) fostering habits, and productive behaviour as we move to the second phase of coronavirus fight, are listed below:

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