Sun. Mar 24th, 2024

Kingston University confirms 14 new coronavirus cases

By Laurynas Puikys Nov 11, 2020
KU confirms 35 new coronavirus cases.

Kingston University confirmed 14 new coronavirus cases on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 64 this academic year.

The 14 new cases were registered last week up to November 6 – two less cases than the previous week (16).

Last week the University confirmed that, despite the second lockdown, it will continue with the current mixed learning approach.

“Since the start of the pandemic, our approach has been based on official government advice and our main objective remains unchanged – to provide the best possible experience and academic prospects for our students in an environment that safeguards the health and wellbeing of our University community.

“In line with the government guidance, and with our blended approach, we will continue with the current balance of online and on-campus teaching,” Kingston University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier said in an email to students last week.

By Laurynas Puikys

Journalism student from Kingston University and Editor of The River. Main interests: books, basketball and motorsports.

Related Post