Universities in Delhi issue guidelines to curb COVID-19 on campuses

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As the cases of deadly COVID-19 disease increased suddenly in the national capital, educational institutions including Delhi University and the Jawaharlal Nehru issued necessary guidelines to curb the spread of the virus on the campus.

JNU on April 04 advised students to wear the mask on campus, while DU asked students to avoid physical presence unless it’s essential for them.

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The academic activities will continue with thermal screening, physical distancing, and mask, while entry inside Science and Arts faculties will be prohibited.

The hostels, halls, and other places on the campus will also be restricted for visits, a notice issued by the Delhi University said.

Besides the above-mentioned measures, the Delhi University has also canceled the booking of the conference and seminar halls.

“Students and employees will be allowed in hostels, administrative buildings, school buildings, and the Dr. B R Ambedkar Central Library and other buildings and public spaces, including shopping complexes and walking on the road, only if they are found wearing the mask,” a circular issued by Jawaharlal Nehru said.

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