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Covid-19 updates

Covid-19 updates

A message from Royal Holloway, University of London, in relation to Covid-19

At Royal Holloway, University of London, we continue to prioritise the health and safety of our whole community.

During our summer term, which begins on Monday 25 April, students will be returning for their exams and assessments which will be held on campus and online depending on the needs of each course.

The university, the Students’ Union and clubs and societies are providing a diverse programme of face-to-face events and experiences. The Library, gym, cafes and bars are open and we are providing a full range of student support services. Some online events and activities were very popular last year and so we are offering an online programme too.

We are offering some events on campus which are available for the general public to attend, together with others that are hosted online. For further details, please visit our events webpage.

All legal Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted by the UK Government. Our Covid-19 signage on campus will remain in place until the summer and we will support people who choose to wear a face covering. 

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