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COVID-19: your questions answered

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This webpage provides information for all colleagues working at the University as the UK moves through the COVID-19 pandemic. For the latest government advice, please visit gov.uk/coronavirus.

To ensure that staff, students, parents and the local Reading community have accurate and up-to-date information about how the University is responding to COVID-19, we have launched a COVID-19 Support Hotline. You can call 0118 214 7813 from 9:15 to 16:30 on weekdays.

A Major Recovery Team (MRT) is leading our University's response to the pandemic. It is co-chaired by Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education & Student Experience) Julian Park and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation) Dominik Zaum and includes colleagues from across our University community, including RUSU. A Major Incident Team (MIT) is specifically coordinating our response to positive cases. The MIT is co-Chaired by Deputy Vice-Chancellor Parveen Yaqoob and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International) Paul Inman, and includes a range of relevant University colleagues, including RUSU.

If you have any suggestions on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or would like to contact the MRT, please email communications@reading.ac.uk. To view advice and information for our students please visit our Essentials webpages, which includes copies of all emails to students.


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