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KNUST: Hundreds Sign Petition To Have Mid-Semester Examination Suspended

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Hundreds of students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science have signed petition to have the Mid-Semester Examination scheduled to commence on Monday, March 16, suspended amidst Coronavirus scare.

Reports indicate over 900 students have so far registered their petition to have the University Management re-look at the decision of writing Mid-Semester examination amidst fears of a possible outbreak of the pandemic coronavirus.

University of Ghana yesterday, March 14, cancelled all outdoor activities including its IA’s scheduled to take place this weekend.

Institutions have put in place various preventive measures to control the possible spread of the pandemic, schools suspending outdoor events.

KNUST like other tertiary institutions released preventative measures to control the disease.

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