Henceforth, All prospective Students of the University of Ilorin, will be screened for the Ebola Virus Disease before entering the campus.
This was made know to schoolwatch.com.ng grapevine by the vice-chancellor, Prof. AbduGaniyu Ambali.
Ambali stated this on Monday while unveiling preventive kits worth N1.2 million at the university’s health centre.
“The procurement of the anti-Ebola kits is part of the university’s preparedness to tackle the epidemic headlong,” the vice chancellor said.
The kits, he said, included face masks, boots, hand gloves, automatic soap dispenser, infrared thermometer and disposable bed spreads.
The vice-chancellor commended members of the institution’s Ebola Response Committee for their foresight and prompt response.
Ambali, however, charged the university’s health workers to be alert and follow laid down procedures in the case of an outbreak.
The university’s Director of Health Services, Dr Mary Ajiboye, who presented the equipment to the vice chancellor, said the kits were for the protection of staff and students.
“ The committee would place the hand sanitisers in strategic locations on the campus such as the Senate Building, faculties, walkways and Unilorin FM station,” she said.
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