Nottingham City Council urges people to follow strict guidelines as corona virus cases are on the rise at universities in the region.
The city expects the government to take strict action by the end of this week, but has already asked people not to meet indoors with others from different backgrounds.
Alison Challenger, director of public health in Nottingham, said: “We are seeing a significant increase in COVID-19 cases in Nottingham. The rate of our infection is now rising compared to many other parts of the country.
“This is a remarkable and worrying change.”
It comes with over a thousand students and staff at the university Nottingham University Sheffield They were forced to isolate themselves after being tested positive for the corona virus.
Infection follows the movement of students across the country as they travel to cities to start a new university term.
The two major universities in Manchester, the University of Manchester and the Manchester Metropolitan University, have suspended all private tuition in October.
Few courses that rely on practical training will be omitted.
The universities said in a joint statement that the universities had met with public health officials and the Manchester City Council following a significant increase in the number of Kovid cases across the city of Manchester.
She added: “Our campuses are open, and we will continue to ensure that we have the necessary security precautions to make any activity on campus as safe as possible. We will continue to support our staff and students.”
The University of Nottingham runs its own testing program on its own campuses and brings high cases to that scheme.
According to the report, 106 students in the university halls tested positive and 93 had accommodation built for other purposes. The virus affected 226 children living in private homes. Eight staff members are included in the data.
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The Midlands Institute has 35,000 students and 10,000 staff.
Nottingham officials told local media that they were concerned about a significant increase in cases in the city and that Public Health was expanding with England (PHE).
As of Monday, 583 students at Sheffield University had tested positive for COVID-19 – six staff members.
When informed of confirmed cases, the university said it uses timetabling data to identify close contacts and encourages them to go into self-isolation.
The University supports those under siege, regularly receives welfare checks and assists with food distribution.
The university has 29,000 students and 8,000 staff members.
Sheffield’s infection rate has risen to 286.6 in recent days as a result of a sharp increase in cases.
Of the 283 students and 35 staff at a school in Cardiff, 11 were asked to isolate themselves after a positive test.
Ysgol Gyfun Gimraeg Plasmawr head teacher said in a letter to parents that at least two students and three staff members were among those infected.
Over the next few weeks the school will reduce the size of its contact bubbles and strengthen infection control.