JNU issues fresh directions to prevent spread of Covid-19 on campus | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In the wake of rising Covid-19 cases, the Jawaharlal Nehru University on Sunday issued fresh directions for college kids and employees members, together with mandatory thermal screening and sporting of face mask at hostels and inside all buildings on campus.
Delhi recorded 3,567 Covid-19 circumstances on Saturday and the constructive fee continued to rise to 4.48 per cent from 4.11 per cent a day in the past whereas 10 extra folks succumbed to the lethal virus.
The nationwide capital has seen a rise in circumstances with 3,594 circumstances being reported on Friday, the best every day depend this yr, 2,790 circumstances on Thursday, 1,819 circumstances on Wednesday and 992 circumstances on Tuesday, in accordance to official knowledge.
In a round, the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) mentioned face masks will likely be obligatory for college kids and staff throughout the campus, together with at hostels, library, administrative buildings and on the highway.
“Students and staff will likely be allowed in hostels, administrative buildings, faculty buildings and the Dr B R Ambedkar Central Library and different buildings and public areas, together with shopping complexes and strolling on the highway, if they’re discovered sporting the masks,” it mentioned.
JNU instructed college and employees members to use face masks always “to set an example” with regard to observing Covid-19 protocols.
Shopkeepers and canteen employees have additionally been instructed to put on face masks.
The round mentioned that “any violation would attract closure of shop or canteen for two days initially, and a further violation will be dealt with strictly as per guidelines and norms of the government of India, the Delhi government and the University notification, etc”.
Hand sanitisation and thermal screening have been made obligatory in any respect key factors, together with at colleges, particular centres, hostels, the administration constructing and the central library, it mentioned.
“Vendors visiting science schools, the Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility (AIRF), special centres, administration building and other establishments will not be allowed to visit the labs unless authorised by the relevant respective offices,” the round mentioned.
The college might assessment pointers for reopening if circumstances “rise exponentially”, it mentioned.

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