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Update on coronavirus – 19 January 2021
As of Tuesday, 12 January 2021, there are no students and no staff who have been on campus who are currently self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus.
The new term for Royal Holloway students begins on Monday 11 January 2021 with teaching online for all Royal Holloway courses.*
Changes to teaching from January 2021.
As of Tuesday, 15 December 2020, we do not have any reported cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) within the Royal Holloway community.
As we reach the end of a unique first term at Royal Holloway, I want to provide an update on how our students and staff have played their part in managing the impact of Covid-19.
As of Tuesday, 8 December 2020, we do not have any reported cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) within the Royal Holloway community.
Update on coronavirus – 1 December 2020
Royal Holloway will be offering its students and staff asymptomatic Covid-19 testing in partnership with both the NHS and the Department for Health and Social Care.
Update on coronavirus – 24 November 2020
Update on coronavirus – 17 November 2020
Update on coronavirus – 10 November 2020
Update on coronavirus – 3 November 2020
Update on coronavirus - 27 October 2020
Update on coronavirus - 20 October 2020
Update on coronavirus - 13 October 2020
Update on coronavirus - 6 October 2020
An individual from the Royal Holloway community has confirmed that they have contracted coronavirus.
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