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Queen's University Has Booted Students From Residence For Not Following COVID-19 Rules

They've also put more protocols in place.
Toronto Staff Writer
Queen's University Has Booted Students From Residence For Not Following COVID-19 Rules

A group of Ontario university students have been required to leave residence after failing to follow COVID-19 rules.

According to Queen's University, the decision to remove the individuals comes at the same time the school is dealing with outbreaks. 

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"No one has been asked to withdraw from the university for violating health orders, but a small number have been required to leave our residences," a spokesperson for the university told Narcity.

Queen's has taken several measures to help curb the new virus variants of COVID-19, including closing its Athletics Centre and reducing on-campus food service.

Yet, this isn't the first time the school has faced problems due to student gatherings. Back in September, a bunch of parties broke out, leading to 89 noise complaints. 

    Patrick John Gilson
    Toronto Staff Writer
    Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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