FGCU rejects official university travel to China because of o coronavirus

FGCU declared Friday it will suspend all official university travel to and from China because of the ongoing worldwide flare-up of coronavirus.

A letter by FGCU’s International Programs went out to students, staff, and faculty to educate them on the travel suspension incorporates student representatives, employment candidates, and guests.

In the letter, it was likewise strongly prescribed that people maintain a strategic distance from individual travel to China until the State Department travel admonitions are brought down.

The suspension implies all FGCU study abroad projects to China are suspended until further notification. This effects around twelve FGCU students who tried out a mid-year study abroad program to China. FGCU’s Office of Global Initiatives and International Services will work with these students to recognize other investigation abroad chances and projects.

Daily updates from the U.S. Habitats for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show there are almost 80,000 cases in China and a developing number of other tainted people in global areas including the United States.

“As a university community, we have a duty to become informed about this situation, take personal action to limit the spread of the disease and support those who have been impacted by this event,” per the FGCU letter.

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