First case of coronavirus confirmed on University of Ghana, Legon Campus.

The University of Ghana management has suspended lectures after following confirmation that one of its students has been infected with COVID-19.

The University of Ghana has also banned non-residential students from coming to the University of Ghana campus until further notice.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu made this known in a public address to the University community on Radio Univers earlier today, Sunday, March 15, 2020.

The Vice-chancellor further assured the University community of management’s commitment to ensure the spread of the disease is contained.

He added, “the University has put in place, prevention, detection and quarantine measures which have already.”

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“Lectures on all University of Ghana campuses, including clinical and practicals, are suspended with immediate effect.

In view of the suspension of lectures, students and staff who reside outside UG campuses and are currently off-campus should keep away from the campuses until they are asked to return. Staff providing essential services are excluded from this directive,” the University of Ghana added in a statement.

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