A Canadian university has kicked some of its students out of their residences for ignoring COVID-19 rules.
McGill University issued a temporary exclusion order after students allegedly disobeyed public health measures.
A number of students have faced short-term measures for non-compliance to public health authorities and McGill COVID-19 regulations in residences.
In a statement to Narcity, the university stated that a number of students have been removed for a period of no longer than 10 days.
The move comes after the students were reportedly given multiple warnings to follow COVID-19 rules and regulations.
According to McGill's website, the school has been battling multiple positive cases.
Ninty-three people on campus have tested positive for COVID-19 as of January 24.
Out of those cases, 44 of them were reported to be living on-campus.
"The safety of our students and staff is our foremost guiding principle," McGill added.