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Coronavirus (covid-19) update
Updated 25 November 2020
In line with Government guidelines the University remains open during the new national restrictions from 5 November.
Students are encouraged to book a free and fast asymptomatic lateral flow test. These tests are for people who arent showing coronavirus symptoms and are available on campus between 30 November and 9 December. This will help you know if you are carrying the virus so you can self-isolate before you travel over the winter break if you intend to leave your accommodation.
Please visit our coronavirus website for the latest updates and information, which includes our student and staff case statistics and how we support our staff and students. We know many people are understandably anxious about coronavirus, and we're taking further and the measures were taking to address concerns, protect health and wellbeing, and ensure learning can continue.
If you're an applicant or offer holder please visit our coronavirus information FAQs tailored to you.
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