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Essential coronavirus update for INI activities

Publication Date: 
Monday 23rd March 2020 - 16:30

**This page was last updated on Monday 23 March**

The ongoing spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) presents great challenges for organisations such as INI, which are populated by academics and scientists from across the globe and for whom collaboration is a regular and important part of their working lives. 

Following the announcement from the Vice Chancellor of the University's response to the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Isaac Newton Institute temporarily closed its doors on Friday 20 March.  All staff will be working remotely until further notice.  We are all greatly saddened by this necessary decision and hope very much that it might be possible down the line to re-open our doors to the KAH and GRA programmes.

Please note that some pre-scheduled automated emails (including for instance request for confirmation of attendance at workshops that have been cancelled) are still being generated.  We apologise in advance if you receive such an email and ask you to ignore it.

Information about the re-opening of the Institute will be posted here as and when the situation becomes clearer.

In the interim, stay safe and remember there are over 7000 seminars for you to watch online in our absence!


Thank-you for your understanding and care during this uncertain period. If you have any further queries please contact us to speak to the team directly.


> Essential coronavirus links:

> Latest UK government advice on COVID-19 and coronavirus
> Latest NHS information on COVID-19 and coronavirus
> Latest guidance from the University of Cambridge


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