The Kwara State polytechnic the executives has declared October 12, as the resumption date for it’s students of the academic institution.
An announcement made by the PRO of the organization in Ilorin, Ajibola S. Jimoh, said important Covid-19 wellbeing measures have been set up to guarantee safe resumption of academic exercises on the two campuses of the polytechnic.
“The polytechnic committee on Covid-19, embarked on a week long sensitization programme for the staff between Monday 5th, and Friday October 9th, 2020, while arrangements have been completed to hold same for students after resumption.
Necessary rules and penalties for violation have been made to ensure that both staff and students comply with the Covid-19 rules and regulations as adopted by the National Centre for Disease Control, NCDC.
“To this end, hand shaking, hugging and non-wearing of face masks have been prohibited on the two campuses.
“Any erring staff or student, would be penalised in line with the regulations set out by the polytechnic’s committee on Covid-19,” the statement added.
Jimoh said the establishment had given many pedal-hand washing equipments on the two campuses for both staff and understudies, while pocket size hand sanitizers would likewise be made accessible at moderate costs to relieve the spread of the infection when the institution resumes.
He said more lecture seats and work areas have been obtained to guarantee safe physical and social separation by students.
VILLA UPDATES reports that the organization was closed on March 24, 2020, following the flare-up of the deadly virus in the nation.
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