The authorities of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka have approved the reopening of student Hostels, Physical lectures from Thursday 26th August 2021, and the second-semester exams would commence the same day.
Mr. Oladejo Azeez, the UNILAG Registrar announced that the students have been receiving lectures online since the institution closed the hostels and suspended physical lectures for six weeks to prevent the spread of the third wave of COVID-19 on the campus.
Azeez said that the Institution would comply strictly with COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of staff and students. The school authorities have also concluded an arrangement with Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and Gbagada General Hospital to be on standby for isolation and treatment in case, anyone contacts the disease while the exams last.
Furthermore, he said only the accredited students with bed space would be allowed into the hostels. The 100 and 200 level students would be allowed in first on the 26th of August 2021 and expected to conclude their exams and move out by 11th September 2021. While the 500 level law students and 300 level students would be allowed into the hostels on 28th August and 11th September respectively to vacate by the 18th September. The 400 and other 500 level students would move in by 18th September and vacate on 26th September.
The registrar concluded that the University authorities wished all the students save return and success in their exams but insisted that COVID-19 protocols and regulations guiding the hostels would be enforced.
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