COVID-19 Coronavirus update March 2020

For more information, visit the World Health Organisation website.
Public Health England has issued advice to travellers.
If you are worried that you or a friend have symptoms of Coronavirus please contact the NHS by dialling 111.

Individuals should seek medical attention if they develop respiratory symptoms within 14 days of visiting Wuhan, either in China or on their return to the UK. They should phone ahead before attending any health services and mention their recent travel to the city.
Students’ Union Vice-President (Welfare & Community) Grishma Bijukumar said: “We can all help to look after each other and reduce the risk of spreading infections by following the hygiene advice that has been issued by the WHO.”

If you are worried about the coronavirus outbreak or need further information, contact the students’ union advice team at or contact the special university inbox created for queries about the virus at
Lancaster University has a dedicated team closely monitoring the global situation with COVID-19 and is issuing regular advice and guidance to students and staff, reflecting updates from the World Health Organisation and Public Health England.

Information for enquirers, applicants, and offer holders

We are aware that the situation is evolving quickly and they are reviewing our response in line with any updates to national or international advice and will be updating as more information is received.
Lancaster University remains, as ever, proud to be an inclusive and global university, and continue to welcome applicants from all affected areas.
Unipad Luxury Student Accommodation wishes to extend our thoughts and support to anyone affected by this challenging time.

All information sourced By Unipad Luxury Student Homes Lancaster.