Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) has reopened while other Zimbabwean universities are slated to reopen in the near future.
Students at CUT say the institution has adopted a raft of measures including regular temperature checks to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) director of information and public relations Mr Anderson Chipatiso told Sunday News that the institution would start welcoming final year students from Monday (tomorrow.) Chipatiso said:
We start our phased reopening on Monday but it is specifically for students that are in their final year and in their final semester. We also have a few others that are doing practical subjects but our focus is on the graduating classes.
The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) is also set to reopen on Monday for final years in some faculties.
Lupane State University (LSU), which has been used as a quarantine centre, announced that reopening of the university for the final years has been further changed from 8 June 2020 to 15 June 2020 tentatively for the faculties of Agricultural Science and Humanities and Social Sciences.
Meanwhile, the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) in Bulawayo which has 3 students who tested positive for coronavirus has postponed learning until further notice.
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