Thursday, October 23, 2014

Colleges Issuing Ebola Restrictions... Hear That Mr. Obama...

Universities throughout the U.S. are erring on the side of caution when it comes to Ebola-outbreak prevention efforts.




(Campus Reform) Harvard University is now requiring that students and faculty get permission from administrators before traveling to Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, and requests such groups avoid “nonessential travel” to the Ebola-ridden countries. The Harvard Crimson reports that students and faculty returning to the university must go through a medical screening process administered by Harvard University Health Services. Travelers are subject to a potential 21-day ban from campus grounds after departing from at-risk areas.

"Columbia University is restricting student and faculty travel to the three West African countries for any reason other than 'to contribute to the efforts to contain and eliminate the Ebola outbreak.'" Tweet This

Harvard isn’t the only Ivy League university to restrict travel over Ebola concerns. Columbia University (CU) is restricting student and faculty travel to the three West African countries for any reason other than “to contribute to the efforts to contain and eliminate the Ebola outbreak.” If any student or faculty desires to travel to these areas, they must submit a written request to the university’s administration beforehand.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow Harvard is a bastion of rascism

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche