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UJ Covid-19 Update - ​19 January 2021

Dear UJ Community 

We hope that you and your families are well and keeping safe during these surreal times. We are still in the first month of the new year, and already it has been as eventful as last year – at least from the COVID-19 perspective. As is now common knowledge, we have now run into turbulence from the second wave that is driven by the new variant. Recently (on 28 December 2020), in response to this storm, the State President, H.E Cyril Ramaphosa, announced that South Africa had been moved to the COVID-19 National Lockdown "adjusted" Level 3 from Level 1. 

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NB: Protocol on Institutional Response to a Confirmed COVID-19 case  within Post School Education & Training (PSET) Institutions 

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Learning Remotely
What you need to know for off-campus learning
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Teaching remotely
As you are no doubt keenly aware, we find ourselves in unchartered waters in this lockdown period in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
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​Research Remotely
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Health and wellbeing
The University leadership will continue to monitor the situation, and any decision may be reviewed, as required.
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Working remotely

University of Johannesburg (UJ) has taken some necessary steps to ensure that the transition to working remotely is as seamless as possible.
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