EDITORS' FORUM: Universities hit hard by COVID-19Feb 19th, 2021 | Category: Top Videos | 4:25
#jamaica #gleaner #covid19 #education At least one Jamaican university has begun liquidating its investments to cushion the fallout sparked by COVID-19, which has decimated the budgets of tertiary schools islandwide. Institutions have been hit by a downturn in commercial operations, reduced dorm occupancy, and delayed payment of tuition fees since face-to-face classes were halted by the pandemic last March.
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