FUNAAB COVID-19 Protocol – FUNAAB Notice to Students on Adherence to Resumption Guidelines

FUNAAB COVID-19 Protocol

FUNAAB COVID-19 Protocol – Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Further to our circular referenced FUNAAB/REG 1INOL. 11/333 of January 21, 2021, it’s come to the notice of the University Management that the rules as announced for resumption of educational activities aren’t been followed by some sets of individuals.

FUNAAB COVID-19 Protocol

All year one – year three students were directed to attend their classes virtually for the 2019/2020 session until further notice. The decision to use online classes was taken to suits the federal directives against the spread of COVID-19 Pandemic and as a way to scale back the population within the University campus to a suitable minimum all year one- year three students are therefore not expected to be found or seen loitering about within the University campus.


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Also, no Head of Department has been given the freedom or authorisation to ask any student or group of scholars covered by this decision to return to the University campus. All 400 and 500 Level students, also as 200 and 300 Level students of school of medicine (COLVET) that are allowed to return into the campus, must henceforth display their Identity Cards as a PASS to enter the campus additionally to complying with COVID-19 protocols.

The safety Personnel at the gate are directed to show back any student that doesn’t meet the above guidelines.


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All students and staff are enjoined to cooperate with Management to make sure compliance with all the principles and regulations put in situ to guide against the spread of COVID-19 Pandemic on campus

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