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The University of Johannesburg has resumed its activities on campus.

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The University of Johannesburg has officially reverted to in-person class attendance after two years of remote online study. The university, on the other hand, has decided to do so in accordance with its vaccination policy.

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On-campus activities, as well as in-contact campus classes, have been reinstated at the University of Johannesburg. Tshilidzi Marwala, UJ’s Vice-Chancellor, went on to greet the university’s new and returning students.

“Our campuses have come alive again, and there is an air of anticipation in the air. During the Covid-19 lockdowns, it is clear that many of our students lost out on this authentic university experience.”

Professor Marwala lost little time in reminding students that Covid-19 is still a threat, and reassuring staff and students that the institution has taken all necessary procedures to prevent the virus from spreading.

The university wants to accomplish this by enforcing its mandatory vaccination policy, which the majority of staff and students have already complied with by uploading proof of immunization, according to the university.

All U.J. staff, students, and visitors will be expected to produce their digital vaccination cards to authorized University officials to validate their immunization status under the mandatory vaccination policy. They will be able to acquire access to UJ campuses and facilities as a result of this.

All students who have not been vaccinated or applied for an exemption by the given deadlines will be considered non-compliant with the Mandatory Vaccination Policy (with effect from Monday, February 21, 2022) and will be denied access to school.

Staff and students who have been exempted will also be expected to produce email verification of the outcome of their exemption application.


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