The UK government’s decision to keep schools and higher education establishments open during the second lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a major headache for those in charge of colleges and Universities.
The health and safety of all students and staff is paramount. There are multiple aspects to take into consideration, so students can safely return to lectures, seminars and practical sessions, as well as making use of common areas such as the library and flexible working spaces.
Key areas outlined in the UK Government guidance for reopening Higher Education buildings and campuses are social distancing on campus, segmentation and ventilation.
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