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TOPIC: UK Universities and COVID
#202079
middlemas

UK Universities and COVID 3 Weeks ago  
Any doubts that gatherings of people, in closed and confined areas, help the spread of coranovirus - have been dispelled by the high levels of in infections in our universities.

5,000 students and staff have been infected recently in 85 Halls of Residence, not long after the institutions had reopened. This figure is expected to increase and hundreds are isolating.

Three universities are now only providing online lectures; two in Manchester, as well as the University of Sheffield. Many predicted that this would occur and the universities are finding the situation difficult to cope with.
 
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#202081
Jo

Re:UK Universities and COVID 3 Weeks ago  
I feel sorry for students at the moment. It must be dire taking lessons online. No proper university experience at all.
 
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#202087
middlemas

Re:UK Universities and COVID 3 Weeks ago  
Agreed - but what's worse is incarceration for Freshers - who worked so hard to get to uni.

Spectacular environments giving them their dreams. With people telling them, who they are.

COVID will have more personal and psychological side effects than any other individual disease, in the current era.

It's modern and will affect many for so long. Particularly the young who will have to change course dramatically.

Mary won't be a doctor or dentist - but a bank clerk or screen watcher.
 
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