The University of Ibadan management says it is making arrangements to make COVID-19 vaccines available for all staff and students very soon.
This is coming after a spike in the cases of Covid-19 infections and deaths in the university community.
In a statement released on Sunday by the directorate of public communication, office of the Vice-Chancellor, UI, the school registrar, Olubunmi O. Faluyi hinted that “arrangements are ongoing to make vaccines available for all staff and students as soon as possible.”
Naija Banquet had earlier reported that the school’s Emergency Remote Learning Committee(ERTC) after a meeting held on August 11, proposed a hybrid of physical and virtual classes to the Committee of Provosts and Deans(CoPD) for the 2020/2021’s second semester.
In the meantime, staff, students and other residents of the UI community are advised to take personal responsibilities by obeying all Covid-19 safety protocols.
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