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  • Contact us

    You can email us on: coronavirusenquiries
     - this email is monitored from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

    If you have an immediate concern you need to raise during the evening or at the weekend:

    Exeter based colleagues and students should contact Estate Patrol on 01392 723999 (24 hours)

    Cornwall based colleagues and students should contact the Living Support Team on 01326 25 5341 or via email: ls-team@fxplus.ac.uk  Outside of office hours contact the Security and Night Support team on 01326 253503

    Stay alert.
    To stay safe.

    We will be posting all of the latest updates, advice and frequently asked questions relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) on the specific pages below.

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised on simple protective measures against spreading coronavirus and other germs.  We all know that outbreaks can take place anywhere in the world, and we remain clear about the need for respect, kindness and compassion for all. If you experience or witness any inappropriate behaviour, harassment or violence, please report it to the police immediately. You can also report it to the University via our Speak Out web pages.

    Go to NHSUK/coronavirus for information about the virus and how to protect yourself. Use the 111 online coronavirus service to check if you need medical help.

    We have established a cross services team to ensure any risks are identified, and to ensure both our students and colleagues can access up to date advice and support. We continue to monitor the situation and to liaise with our partners locally and globally.

    How to reduce the risk

    University of Exeter expert in Communicable Disease Control and Infectious disease management, Dr Bharat Pankhania discusses how we can reduce the risk of catching coronavirus (COVID-19).

    How to reduce your risk
    Wash your hands
    Self Isolation