COVID-19 safety protocols, rundown facilities may further stall universities’ reopening – Investigation

Germany records over 1,000 new virus cases, highest count since MayBy Adesina Wahab, Joseph Erunke, Shina Abubakar, Adeola Badru & James Ogunnaike

Even if the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, calls off its eight-month-old strike now, federal universities in the country are not likely to reopen until early next year, findings by Vanguard have revealed.

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Checks by our correspondents across the country show that the universities are yet to put in place COVID-19 safety protocols, while many of the lecture theatres and halls of residence that have been abandoned for months, are now begging for attention.

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Also, the fumigation of campuses promised by government during the thick of the pandemic has not been done.

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