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After 18 positive tests for the coronavirus, more than 200 Cambridge University freshmen are separating themselves.

This is the first major event in this historic building since last month’s tenure.

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After the Covid outbreak, Cambridge University students were told to self-isolateCredit: Alami
After 18 testers tested positive for the virus, more than 200 freshmen were required to be isolated

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After 18 testers tested positive for the virus, more than 200 freshmen were required to be isolatedCredit: Alami

Hometon College said that 233 Westinghouse students must undergo a series of positive tests before they can be isolated.

Prior to this, the Department of Public Health of the United Kingdom provided advice to the dean of how to do it.

The dean of the college said in a statement on its website that they have chosen to take “precautionary measures to reduce the chances of spread among the wider colleges, universities and cities.”

The official said: “According to the recommendations of the Public Health and Local Public Health Authorities in England, the University’s incident management team has asked 223 students in the West Building of Homerton College to arrive at 9.30pm on October 16 (Friday) after 18 positive cases. Perform self-isolation.

“Those who have not yet self-isolated must be quarantined for 14 days, and those who have been quarantined must complete the 14-day period.

“The university and all other areas of Homerington College remain open.

“This step was taken based on information in the university’s rigorous testing plan.”

Now, it is believed that about 9,000 students across the UK are suffering from the coronavirus, and many universities have now switched to online teaching.

However, many institutions are said to be hesitant to conduct distance learning-because they want students to stay until the Christmas holiday until the critical fee refund period expires.

There have been outbreaks in universities across the UK (including Durham County)

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There have been outbreaks in universities across the UK (including Durham County)Image source: Northern News and Pictures
Young people enjoyed their last night's accommodation in Liverpool, after which the city was subject to three levels of restrictions and pubs and bars were closed

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Young people enjoyed their last night’s accommodation in Liverpool, after which the city was subject to three levels of restrictions and pubs and bars were closedCredit: Peter Goddard
Students in Manchester send mail using sticky notes after entering the quarantine area

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Students in Manchester send mail using sticky notes after entering the quarantine areaImage source: London News Photo Agency
After the outbreak, students were seen waiting in line in the city for testing

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After the outbreak, students were seen waiting in line in the city for testingImage source: Alamy Live News

In England, students who withdraw in the first semester only need to pay 25% of the £9,250 tuition fee.

However, many people will not realize that if they leave after a deadline for the school term, they must pay half of the tuition fee, which is £4,625.

Many of the worst-hit universities said the decision to switch to online teaching will be reviewed before the end of this month.

Now, Vicky Blake, president of the University League, tells guardian: “The real question is why the university did not take any wise planning decisions at this point and suspended face-to-face teaching.

“I think it must be related to charges, which is disgusting.

“The longer a university can stay with students, the more money they are entitled to. When you piece together all the possible content, it’s cruel.”

In Swansea, after a family gathering, the entire university outbreak was accused of being a super spreader.

Newcastle University and Northumbria University have some of the largest outbreaks in the UK.

Between two adjacent universities, 1,600 students tested positive in just one week.

More than 550 students tested positive in Leeds, and there was an outbreak in Sunderland.

Soon after the first year of school, thousands of students in Manchester were quarantined.

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