Varsity issues fresh safety guidelines
The Delhi University (DU) has issued a fresh set of safety guidelines amid a surge in the COVID-19 cases. The varsity has also suspended offline activities till April 13.
The stakeholders have been prompted to follow the new guidelines uploaded on the official website of the university.
According to the official circular, students have been advised to stay at home and avoid physical presence inside the university premises.
Similarly, some universities in Delhi including Jawaharlal Nehru University and Jamia Millia Islamia have issued new guidelines in view of the increasing COVID-19 cases across the national capital.
The notice states that proper COVID-19 precautions including thermal screening at gates with a valid identity proof and purpose of visit has to be provided while entering the campus.
Social distancing has been made mandatory. The stakeholders have been asked not to spit in public places, and wear a protective mask at all times.
The varsity has also restricted entry in the faculty of arts section, hostels and science section. The COVID-19 safety restrictions have been revived after 13 students and two staff members from St. Stephen’s College tested positive.
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