Federal University of Petroleum Resources FUPRE the adherence to the COVID 19 protocol was observed from the school gate as no student one was allowed access into the campus without face mask
At the Federal University of Petroleum Resources FUPRE the adherence to the COVID 19 protocol was observed from the school gate as no student one was allowed access into the campus without face mask. In the various offices, running water and soap were provided by the school management, while students, staff and even visitors on campus are made to put on their face mask.
The Vice Chancellor of the institution, Professor Akpofure Rim Rukeh in an interview, said that the institution upon resumption immediately set up an isolation center, in case of COVID 19 outbreak on campus, setting up a COVID compliant monitoring team that move round the campus to enforce compliance.
Professor Rim Rukeh who responded to the question of closing up academy gas lost during the stay at home of students, said the school authority and the university Senate have come up with plans on that.
At the College of Education Warri, the scenario was a bit different, as some students were seen not putting on their face mask while a fraction of them are.
One of the COVID 19 taskforce committee members, Dr Blessings Erumi while commenting on the COVID 19 compliance on campus, said that most of the students after passing the school gate with their face masks on, pull it off after gaining entrance to the campus. She disclosed that they are plans by the school authority to carry out a full compliance enforcement.
Some of the students at the various institutions affirmed that COVID 19 is real and as such implored their fellow students to always adhere to the different COVID 19 protocol in order to curtail the spread of the virus on campus. …. ………..Up Sound…… With the full reopening of tertiary institutions in the state and the nation at large, it is hopeful that students, obey the simple instructions given by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control NCDC to stay alive as they pursue their studies.