Tell students not to go to bars, parties or restaurants to prevent a series of coronavirus outbreaks in Scottish universities.
Hundreds of students took positive tests on campuses across the country and felt more self-isolation.
The university now promises to “absolutely and clearly” inform students that they must not attend any gatherings.
And they will not be allowed to associate with anyone outside the accommodation.
It also warned students that “any violation of the new rules will not be tolerated.”
Opposition leaders accused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of “basically failing” and unable to predict problems and after providing more tests on university campuses, they announced stricter guidelines.
The University of Scotland stated that the new guidelines that have been agreed with the Scottish government are “a necessary step at a critical moment in managing the virus among students and protecting students and the wider community”.
The new rules stipulate that all universities will “make it clear to students that there are no gatherings or social activities outside of their homes”.
They went on to say: “This weekend, this is the first of Scotland’s new and stricter government guidelines. We will require students to avoid all social activities outside of their home and residence.
“We will ask them not to go to bars or other entertainment venues.”
Additional staff will be brought to the dormitory to observe if there is any violation of this guideline and provide support for self-isolated students.
The Scottish Police Service will also monitor the behavior of students off campus and in private accommodation.
Private student accommodation providers will also be urged to strictly implement the guidelines.
Students will also be required to download the Protect Scotland app.
The guide warns: “For violations of student discipline, we will adopt a strict “yellow card/red card” approach, which puts students and others at risk.
“Although we must first provide students with advice on disciplinary violations, we will not hesitate to upgrade them to disciplinary actions, including possible termination of studies.”
Infection rate by age
Several universities across the country are responding to a major outbreak of the virus, and many students in student residences in Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Edinburgh have been told to self-isolate.
So far, a total of 124 Glasgow University students have tested positive and 600 of them have been quarantined. All 500 residents of the Parker House Auditorium in Dundee have been told to quarantine.
An outbreak of 120 cases occurred at Edinburgh Napier University (Edinburgh Napier University).
The opposition party argued that when college students return to their new terms, the Scottish government should better prepare for an outbreak.
Ms. Sturgeon said that the number of positive cases in universities may increase, but claimed that this shows that the testing and protection system “is working and we must continue to be confident about it.”
She urged the students to follow the latest guidelines and regret that the pandemic “makes your special day so difficult.”
The life of college students this semester has been very different.
Most students are ready to study mainly online, but the college experience is both social and academic.
Perhaps the most important move is to appeal to students not to visit bars or hospitality venues.
Eventually, students who violate campus or university housing regulations will be expelled.
However, the university knows that they must also resort to personal responsibility and common sense.
This is still a big problem. Students with homesickness usually cannot return to their homes until a few weeks ago.
Going to college can be a difficult experience-students may not like their courses, or it may be difficult to leave home or make new friends.
This year will be more difficult, so considering the physical and mental health of students will be more important than ever.