The novel Corona Virus (COVID - 19) has disrupted the lives of every individual globally bringing uncertainties, forcing countries to observe government mandated lockdowns and quarantine. This has brought about drastic modifications to each sector in the community in response to this deadly threat.
To date, minors of age 0-21 are still not allowed to go out of their homes with the government mandated 24 hour curfew. While modified general community quarantine has already been effected at the start of July 2020, in Dumaguete City, there is still limited movement in terms of any form of gathering.
While Foundation University protects the interest of its students health, safety and security, the administration has disallowed the continuance of this community project from April to June 2020. The proponents of this project being students had to put on hold the scope of work that was scheduled for the past 3 months.
The project has resumed on July 1, 2020. Foundation University Architecture students involved in this project who are above 21 years old started preparing the materials to start with the interior works of the animal shelter housing for volunteers and veterinanarians including door jamb fabrications and installation of poly fiber windows. At the moment, it is the best that could be done with social distancing to be considered also.
BUILDING DOOR FRAMES
POLY FIBER WINDOW INSTALLATION
KIDS AT WORK WITH EXCITED ONLOOKERS