ANU COVID-19 Live Blog
Also noteworthy is Fenner Hall residents were provided Kebaba for dinner last night. Many residents from other halls, however, weren’t impressed with the Chartwells food that was allocated.
For clarification, the Enhanced stay at home model is a new system designed today.
ANU, in collaboration with ACT Health is refining a model whereby “it is less restrictive” for residents, in the event of future close contacts.
For example Fenner Hall residents have scheduled half-an-hour blocs allocated to use the kitchens tomorrow for lunch.
Johns initially had a buddy system established under the newly created enhanced stay at home model. Each resident would be able to choose another resident to exercise with for the designated one hour.
However, shortly after the college was today released from lockdown, another close contact was identified. Observer understands this student has been transferred to a “self-contained apartment” at another ANU college, awaiting test results.
Here’s an update on the current status of ANU’s residential halls.
Those that are in Quarantine (Lockdown) include:
- Toad Hall
- John XXIII
Enhanced Stay at Home orders apply to:
- Wamburun Hall
- Bruce Hall
- Fenner Hall
- Burgmann College
- Burton and Garran Hall
Those that are under regular stay at home orders are:
- Wright Hall
- Lena Karmel
- Davey Lodge
- Kinloch Lodge
- Warrumbul Lodge
Good evening everyone, and welcome to Observer’s live blog on breaking COVID news coming from campus.
Stay tuned to the page for all the latest developments in what has been a turbulent week for Canberra.