The management of Caritas University has released a notice on the resumption of academic activities in the university. Details are as follows;
Data emerging from the records of the Nigeria Centre for Diseases Control (NCDC) indicate renewed increases in the case of Covid-19 in Nigeria. This situation calls for extraordinary caution for everyone.
As an educational institution, Caritas University has remained committed to the protection of its staff and students. We always advocate for, and enforce, the adhere to protective protocols
Wearing of facemask, washing of hands frequently with water and soap, maintaining physical distancing, respiratory hygiene, etc we have installed handwashing devices at various location, and are the automatic disinfection/temperature monitoring chamber, on our campus in preparing for a return to campus after the Christmas break, the University will adhere to the directives of the Federal government through the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19
Therefore, all academic and administrative staff will resume duties on Monday, 18 January 2021. Also, first-year and second-year students, as well as JUPEB students, will come into Residence on Monday 18th January 2021, while the rest of the students will return on Wednesday, 20th of January. The staggering of dates is to prevent overcrowding as students return to campus.
As part of our routine preventive measures , the University is arranging for another round of Preliminary COVID-19 tests for all staff and students on arrival. In other to buffer the cost implications of the tests, every student will be inquired to pay the sum of N10,000 (Ten thousand naira only) the amount will be paid, and the test conducted at the University gate before entry.
We will continue to emphasis the need for everyone to take responsibility in order to protect themselves and other people during this trying period of COVID-19 pandemic.
I wish everyone God’s protection and a Happy New Year