Increasing positive tests in halls
Following a sustained period across all eight intercollegiate halls of no coronavirus infections, several halls have reported multiple new infections in the past week, mirroring the rise in cases nationally.
As we approach the end of the academic year, you and your friends will want to avoid disruption of your travel plans by having to self-isolate and everyone will want to minimise any risk of taking coronavirus home to potentially more vulnerable relatives. So we are asking everyone to take extra care to be COVID safe, both in halls and out in public.
Please review our coronavirus safety requirements, ensure you're getting tested twice a week, every week, and be especially mindful of risk around mixing with people from different households:
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