According to a notice released by the University management yesterday that vaccines are going to be distributed across all faculties starting from yesterday, the 23rd of August, 2021…
The University of Ibadan has started the vaccination of members of the university community which include both staff and students against COVID-19. The rise in the number of confirmed cases nationwide and the emergence of the new Delta variant of the dreaded virus coupled with the current 3rd wave of the virus itself has necessitated…
Following the special release from the University of Ibadan Registrar through of the public communication, office of the vice-chancellor on Sunday 15th August 2021
The University of Ibadan is set to return to a virtual system of learning to reduce the possibility of the outbreak and spread of COVID-19 on the university campus. This was contained in a special release of the university that was made available to the public on 15th August 2021 and signed by the registrar,…
The University of Ibadan may return to virtual classes as there has been a reported case and increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases around the university..
The management of the University of Ibadan has cleared the air over the recent circulating statement that caused fear amongst the university community on Friday, 23rd of July, 2021 with regards to death toll of COVID-19 patients in the university
The Students’ Union write to inform all students interested to be trained by the University Health Services, Jaja In response to Covid-19 on campus.
The statement was titled “School resumption: Are we truly prepared?”
Phase 3 of Pfizer’s trial involved 43,538 participants. They received two doses of either the immunisation or a placebo, with 90% protected from the virus within 28 days of having their jabs.
This piece explains the effect of the long-term covid-19 break on the intellectual capacity and progress of UI students