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University of Johannesburg – Mandatory Vaccination Policy – 19 November 2021

The role and functioning of universities, including UJ, in teaching and learning, research, community development and innovation has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic…

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UJ Covid-19 Update – ​19 October 2021

Dear UJ Community,

We have over the last months extensively communicated our COVID-19 health and safety measures to protect our students, staff, stakeholders and visitors from the risk of exposure to the coronavirus. In the midst of what has been a devastating pandemic, our University has been successful in transitioning from a contact face-to-face teaching and learning to remote, online delivery of the academic programme.

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