Stay where you are, university students living in halls are told during coronavirus pandemic

The Evening Standard reports that the universities minister has told students to stay in halls.

The universities minister has told students who are still in halls of residence not to travel home, saying “stay where you are”.

Michelle Donelan has written a letter to them outlining the latest government advice and another one to university vice chancellors that emphasises the importance of mental health support.

It comes after thousands of students returned to their family homes before the lockdown, with universities cancelling face-to-face learning.

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