We ask that our students closely follow government guidelines to protect themselves, their families and the community from coronavirus (Covid-19).
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions for our students:
Q: What do I need to do about my accommodation?
A: You should follow the advice provided in your accommodation to limit the spread of Covid-19.
- Not having visitors to your flat
- Wearing a face covering in communal areas
- Using hand sanitiser when entering your block
- Observing social distancing both in your flat and in communal areas
Government advice states that you should stay wherever you are. You can read more official advice on what students should do during coronavirus on the government website.
Q: What should I do if myself or someone in my home has been diagnosed or is self-isolating due to Covid-19?
A: If you or any of your flatmates are diagnosed with or display symptoms of Covid-19, let us know.
Q: Where can I find out more specfic information about what's going on at my university?
Further information for Oxford Brookes University students can be found here.
Further information for University of Bristol students can be found here.
If you have any further questions specific to your university, we recommend you contact them directly.
Q: What can I do to limit the spread of Covid-19?
A: To keep yourself, your family and our communities safe and limit the spread of Covid-19, remember to:
- Follow the guidelines for your area - find out more on the Government's Covid-19 website
- Observe social distancing by not meeting with people other than those in your household or support bubble
- When out in public, you should stay at least a meter away from anyone not in your household or support bubble
- Wash your hands for 20 seconds regularly
- Wear a mask or face covering in public indoor spaces, on public transport and in shops
- Download the NHS Test and Trace app to your smart phone - make sure you scan the QR code when you visit shops and other public places
- Do not leave your home if you or anyone else in your household has been diagnosed with Covid-19
Find out more about the latest health advice on the NHS website.