Loughborough University has issued it's "seven golden rules" to students, after a spate of Covid-19 infections since their return for the start of a new academic year.
The university has been using a 'connect and protect' service and has been publishing the number of live cases regularly.
The university has reported that from October 5 to October 8, there had been 87 new live cases from both on and off-campus.
In order to curb the number of infections, protect students and the public, it has now issued a series of rules to abide by when both on and off-campus.
And it has warned that anyone who does not follow them could face disciplinary action or
link source - Leicester Mercury