As the number of imported Covid-19 cases rise in Singapore over recent days, some students Nanyang Technological University (NTU) who returned from overseas have also been infected by the infectious virus.
2 NTU students who recently returned from Spain have tested positive for Covid-19, according to an email seen by MS News on Wednesday (18 Mar).
In the email address to students, faculty, and staff, the 2 students tested positive for the new coronavirus in the past 2 days. Both are unrelated and are receiving treatment at the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) and the National University Hospital (NUH).
The pair have reportedly not been on campus since the middle of Feb this year.
They did not state which cases they are.
Folks from NTU are in touch with the pair who are in “good spirits” despite contracting the virus.
As the global spread of the virus intensifies, NTU will be introducing more measures to curb the spread of the virus on campus.
From Monday (16 Mar), all staff and students returning to Singapore will be issued a 14-day leave of absence, regardless of the countries they had visited.
We are glad that NTU is taking the necessary precautions to stop any possible Covid-19 outbreak on campus.
We wish the 2 students the speediest of recovery and hope they’ll be discharged soon.
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