Nuc Issues New Directive On Reopening of universities
The National Universities Commission NUC has issued a new directive for the reopening of universities in the country.
This followed due to the recent decline in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country.
This directive was contained in a memo addressed to Vice Chancellors of Universities by its Director, Executive Secretary’s Office, Chris Maiyaki, obtained by journalists in Abuja yesterday.
The Nuc Issues New Directive On Reopening of universities via a memo which reads:
“Following the recent press briefing by the Presidential Task Force Team on COVID – 19, to the effect that significant deadline in the reproduction number (R-value) for COVID – 19 has been recorded in the country, the Federal Ministry of Education has accepted the request of the National Universities Commission for Universities to firm up arrangement towards the immediate resumption of academic activities”.
“Universities should expect inspection visits from staffs of the commission and the Ministry of Education for on-the-spot inspections of physical facilities such as the lecture theatres, accommodation, healthcare facilities”.
“Universities must continue to adhere to the safety protocols and the NCDC guidelines which are very much in force.”
The NUC however warned that Universities must adhere strictly to stipulated safety guidelines of Covid-19 for the safety of all concerned.
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