Africa Nazarene University has suspended classes over Coronavirus fears after first case was reported in Nairobi on 13th March 2020. Below is the statement by the university.
Statement on Suspension of Campus Classes at ANU over COVID-19
Through communication from the cabinet secretary, the ministry of health has confirmed a Coronavirus diseases (COVID-19) case in Nairobi. Subsequent to that, health officials have identified that the contact trace of the confirmed case includes Ongata Rongai.
After careful consideration and analysis of the situation, the university has taken a cautionary decision to suspend on campus classes effective Monday 16th March 2020 until further notice. The decision applies both to the Main Campus and Nairobi Centre. However, distance learning classes will continue as schedules. Consequently, end of January 2020 trimester examination for all modes of learning will be reschedules to a later date.
All boarding students are instructed to check out of the university hostels from Saturday 14th March 2020, but not later than Monday 16th March 2020, 12:30 pm. No unauthorized persons will be allowed to entry into the university after Monday 16th March 2020.
International students who will not be able to check out within the timelines given are asked to consult with the Dean of students not later than Monday 16th March 2020, 10: 00 AM.
During the period of closure, we advise all students to continue taking necessary precautionary measures, You are encouraged to regularly check your student emails accounts and all university media platforms for updates: Queries email@example.com
We continue to hold on to our faith and pray as we trust God to see us through these uncertain times.
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