WATCH: What It's Like to Attend Face-to-Face Classes in Med School During a Pandemic

From the health protocols in place to the difference between online and on-campus classes in med school.
by The Candy Staff   |  Apr 24, 2021
Image: INSTAGRAM/GIO_ILAGAN
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In the beginning of 2021, several medical schools and institutions that offer health-related courses in the metro were allowed to resume face-to-face classes, one of which is Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health. As a fourth-year medical student at ASMPH, Gio Ilagan thought to share all about his experience with face-to-face classes and hospital rotations during the pandemic on his YouTube channel.

Aside from what on-campus classes were like for med students, Gio also shared his experience with receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. In a new episode of What It's Like, Candy got to talk to Gio about his experience with on-campus classes. From the health protocols in place to the difference between online and on-campus classes in med school, here's what it's like to attend face-to-face classes in med school during the pandemic:

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