The board of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), drove by Professor Rita Akosua Dickson, the Vice Chancellor, has visited schools and lobbies of home of the University to determine consistence to COVID-19 wellbeing conventions by understudies and staff.
An assertion from the University, said the visit was pointed toward checking consistence to COVID-19 conventions illustrated by the University and to see how first year understudies were changing in accordance with life nearby.
It said the University began inviting new people to first year from ninth of January, following the resuming of schools following nine months closure because of COVID-19
The assertion said up until now, more than 20,000 understudies who were fundamentally moves on from the main group of government’s Free SHS program had detailed and were going through enlistment customs.
It said proceeding with understudies were relied upon to cover the sixteenth of January, to start the 2021/2022 Academic year, which began for the current month.
The delivery said the University had obtained all coordinations essential for the anticipation of the novel Covid nearby
It said hand washing stations had been set at vantage focuses for the utilization of all and that temperatures of understudies were likewise taken consistently.
The assertion said all universities and corridors of homes had been charged by the KNUST COVID-19 Management Team to furnish assigned holding rooms where understudies with suspected cases would be held before the KNUST clinical group was welcome to take care of them.
Prof. Dickson communicated fulfillment with how understudies were adjusting to the COVID-19 wellbeing conventions.
She complimented them on their confirmation and urged the first year recruits to contribute towards inspiring the picture and perceivability of the University by concentrating hard.