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Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


This is our latest update for students and parents/carers. It contains some information we have provided previously – where this has not changed along with new information where we have this.

Updates

Throughout this difficult period, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we have put arrangements in place for remote working for students until the College is able to reopen again for face to face lessons. We are now updating the website on Tuesdays and Thursdays during term time or if there is a significant announcement which necessitates an additional update. This will be updated by 6.30pm on those days. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that day’s Government announcements but we will do so, as soon as we reasonably can.

Information from the Local Authority for Post 16 students

The Local Authority has provided the following information and links for post 16 students which you are your son or daughter may find useful.

https://youthworksupport.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Covid-19-Young-people-final1.pdf

County have also provided a link to ideas on home learning which may also be of interest.

https://czone.eastsussex.gov.uk/media/6124/careers-home-learning-escc-march-27th.pdf

Information from the DfE

The DFE provide daily updates to schools and Colleges and recommended yesterday's bulletin be brought to parents attention in terms of keeping students safe whilst online. 

The DfE have highlighted that it will be especially important for parents and carers to be aware of what their son or daughter is being asked to do online. Throughout this period, your son or daughter will be interacting with their teachers and personal tutor online. They may also be supported by a TA. If you are at all concerned, you should contact the College via email.

The DfE have also highlighted that some parents and carers may choose to supplement the school or college online offer with support from online companies and in some cases individual tutors. The DfE have asked that should parent choose to do this, they need to ensure they are completing safeguarding checks. Please ensure that any support you may choose to engage for your son or daughter is via a reputable organisation/individual who can provide evidence that they are safe and can be trusted to have access to children.

The DfE has highlighted the following support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online:

  • Internet matters - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • London Grid for Learning - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Net-aware - for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
  • Parent info - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
  • UK Safer Internet Centre - advice for parents and carer

Exams and Grades

We are expecting guidance from Ofqual on how exam grades will be awarded this week. We appreciate students and parents will be anxious about how this will work. We do know it will include teacher assessment and therefore it is important that all students continue to engage in this.

For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiary Diplomas and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all students should be completing coursework as set.

Services on site

The College site is now closed to students. Reception continues to be manned every day so if anyone needs to contact a staff member and cannot do so by email, Reception are available to pick up calls.

The online learning process will continue to operate as outlined below however, lessons will not take place during the planned Easter  holidays break i.e. from Monday 6th April to Friday 17th April inclusive. Online learning will restart on Monday 20th April 2020.

As per the Government requirements, we will continue to support our students on EHCPs, looked After Children and those classed as vulnerable through daily emails as we have done since remote learning started. Students may be supported by different staff over the holiday period to allow all staff to have a holiday. Specific details will be circulated to those individual students.

Online Learning:

Staff continue to work hard to develop and refine the content they are providing online. Over the past week, subject staff will have been in regular communication with their students with regard to their remote learning. We continue to ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis until the Easter break and then restart this on Monday 20th April:

  • Student Email
  • College Website
  • MOODLE
  • Any other communication media which their courses use

With the current remote working situation, if students require any technical support, they can email: itsupport@bexhillcollege.ac.uk and the staff working remotely will endeavour to resolve any IT queries students may have in relation to their college account or accessing any of the services the college offers.

Online TA support has been allocated to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their online learning. 

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff are following the usual timetabled periods and will be available online at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

Online Student Services support remains available for students who need information on financial or student welfare matters.

UCAS Update for 2020 Applicants:

We have just received this information from UCAS:

May’s UCAS undergraduate decision and reply deadlines have been changed to give students and their chosen universities and colleges the extra time they need to fully consider any decisions and offer, and ensures fairness in admissions is maintained:

Original dateUCAS Undergraduate deadlineNew date
5 May 2020The deadline for applicants to reply to any offers received by 31 March 2020.19 May 2020
6 May 2020The deadline for universities and colleges to make decisions and reply to applications received by 15 January 2020.20 May 2020

Cleo Morgan, our Higher Education Administrator is available for advice and guidance. She can be contacted at: cleomorgan@bexhillcollege.ac.uk

Safeguarding:

If you have a safeguarding concern, you should report it to the Safeguarding Team using this email address: safeguardingteam@bexhillcollege.ac.uk. This email is monitored everyday between 8.30 and 4.30 Monday to Friday.

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.

Karen Hucker

Principal

Coronavirus Update 31st March 2020

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


This is our latest update for students and parents/carers. It contains some information we have provided previously – where this has not changed along with new information where we have this.

Updates

Throughout this difficult period, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we have put arrangements in place for remote working for students until the College is able to reopen again for face to face lessons.

From today, we will update the website on Tuesdays and Thursdays until further notice or there is a significant announcement which necessitates an additional update. This will be updated by 6.30pm on those days. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that day’s Government announcements but we will do so, as appropriate, the following day or as soon as we reasonably can.

Exams and Grades

We were expecting guidance from Ofqual on how exam grades will be awarded this week. However, we understand this will come next week now. We appreciate students and parents will be anxious about how this will work. We do know it will include teacher assessment and therefore it is important that all students continue to engage in this.

For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiary Diplomas and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all students should be completing coursework as set.

Services on site

The College site is now closed to students. The online learning process will operate as outlined below. Information for our Looked After students and students on EHCPs has also been circulated to those individual students.

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole College remote learning. Staff continue to work hard to develop and refine the content they provide online.

Subject staff will have been in regular communication with their students with regard to the systems and expectations for remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources. We continue to ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis:

  • Student Email
  • College Website
  • MOODLE
  • Any other communication media which their courses use

Online TA support has been allocated to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their online learning.

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff are following the usual timetabled periods and will be available online at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

Online Student Services support remains available for students who need information on financial or student welfare matters.

UCAS Update for 2020 Applicants:

We have just received this information from UCAS:

May’s UCAS undergraduate decision and reply deadlines have been changed to give students and their chosen universities and colleges the extra time they need to fully consider any decisions and offer, and ensures fairness in admissions is maintained:

Original dateUCAS Undergraduate deadlineNew date
5 May 2020The deadline for applicants to reply to any offers received by 31 March 2020.19 May 2020
6 May 2020The deadline for universities and colleges to make decisions and reply to applications received by 15 January 2020.20 May 2020

 

Cleo Morgan, our Higher Education Administrator is available for advice and guidance. She can be contacted at: cleomorgan@bexhillcollege.ac.uk

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.

Karen Hucker

Principal

Coronavirus Update 27th March 2020

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


This is our latest update for students and parents/carers. It contains some information we have provided previously – where this has not changed along with new information where we have this.

Updates

Throughout this difficult period, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we are putting arrangements in place for remote working that promote social distancing as advised by Government.

We will continue to update the website on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for the time being with any new information we have. This will be updated by 6.30pm on those days. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that day’s Government announcements but we will do so, as appropriate, the following day or as soon as we reasonably can.

Following announcements about the closure of schools and colleges until further notice and the decision not to run exams this year, we are still waiting for information about what exactly this means. We understand students will get a grade for the qualifications they are studying based on teacher assessment but we do not know the detail of how that will be operated as yet. Therefore, the staff are continuing to provide remote learning. All students should continue to complete this, as the staff will use this as part of any teacher based assessment which we believe the exam boards will ask for this as part of their processes for awarding the qualifications.

For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiaries and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all student should be completing coursework as set.

We understand that Colleges will be provided with more details on how to do this from Ofqual by the end of this week. We will then update parents and students.

Services on site

The College site is now closed to students. The online learning process will operate as outlined below. Information for our students on EHCPs has also been circulated to those individual students.

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole college remote learning. Staff continue to work hard to develop and refine the content they provide online.

Subject staff will have been in regular communication with their students with regard to the systems and expectations for remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources.
We continue to ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis:

  • Student Email
  • College Website
  • MOODLE
  • Any other communication media which their courses use

Online TA support has been allocated to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their on-line learning.

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff are following the usual timetabled periods and will be available on-line at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

Online Student Services support remains available for students who need to information on financial or student welfare matters.

Reports

Parents will be aware that we were due to issue reports just before the Easter break. We are postponing issuing these until we fully understand how the grading for those courses with end of year exams/grades will be decided. We will provide further information in due course.

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.

Karen Hucker
Principal

Coronavirus Update 25th March 2020

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


This is our latest update for students and parents/carers. It contains some information we have provided previously – where this has not changed along with new information where we have this.

Updates

Throughout this difficult period, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we are putting arrangements in place for remote working that promote social distancing as advised by Government.

We will continue to update the website on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for the time being with any new information we have. This will be updated by 6.30pm on those days. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that days Government announcements but we will do so, as appropriate, the following day or as soon as we reasonably can.

Following announcements about the closure of schools and colleges until further notice from today and the decision not to run exams this year, we are still waiting for information about what exactly this means. We understand students will get some sort of qualification but we do not know the detail or how that will be decided. Therefore, the staff are continuing to provide the remote learning as we notified we would do yesterday. All students should continue to complete this, as the staff will use this as part of any teacher based assessment if the exam boards ask for this as part of their processes for awarding the qualifications.

For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiaries and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all student should be completing coursework as set.

Essentially, we do not know what information may be required from staff in relation to this so students need to continue to complete work so assessment of performance by staff can be made as needed. We hope we will be able to provide further clarification over the next week.

Services on site from today

The College site is now closed to students. The online learning process will operate as outlined below.

Information for our students on EHCPs has also been circulated to those individual students.

Student Wellbeing

We have already provided a lot of advice for students on the Coronavirus and how to keep physically and mentally well during tutor periods. Students can find this information on student portal. This is a link to information provided this week which students and parents may find useful.

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole college remote learning. This is not a quick process and staff are working hard to continue to develop and refine the content they provide online. Subject staff will have communicated directly with students with regard to the systems and expectations of remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources.

We continue to ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis:

  • Student Email
  • College Website
  • MOODLE
  • Any other communication media which your courses use

We have already allocated online TA support to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their on-line learning.

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff will endeavour to follow the usual timetable periods and will be available on-line at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

Online Student Services support remains available for students who need to information on financial or student welfare matters.

Reports

Parents will be aware that we were due to issue reports just before the Easter break. We are postponing issuing these until we fully understand how the grading for those courses with end of year exams/grades will be decided. We will provide further information in due course.

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.

Karen Hucker

Principal

Coronavirus Update - 23rd March 2020

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


This is our latest update for students and parents/carers. It contains some information we have provided previously – where this has not changed along with new information where we have this.

Following announcements about the closure of schools and colleges until further notice from Monday and the decision not to run exams this year, we are still waiting for information about what exactly this means. We understand students will get some sort of qualification but we do not know the detail or how that will be decided. Therefore, the staff are continuing to provide the remote learning as we notified we would do yesterday. All students should continue to complete this, as the staff will use this as part of any teacher based assessment if the exam boards ask for this as part of their processes for awarding the qualifications. For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiaries and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all student should be completing coursework as set. Essentially, we do not know what information may be required from staff in relation to this so students need to continue to complete work so assessment of performance by staff can be made as needed. We hope we will be able to provide further clarification over the next week.

Services on site from today

On Friday 20th March, the College site is closed to students who do not fall under the guidance for keyworker children and vulnerable students. The online learning process will operate as outlined below. A letter outlining the supervision we will provide for students who are the sons/daughters of key workers, should this be needed by parents/carers, was posted on the website under ‘Information for Parents’ earlier this afternoon. Please read this if you believe you fall into this category and respond as needed. Information for our students on EHCPs has also been circulated to those individual students.

Student Wellbeing

We have already provided a lot of advice for students on the Coronavirus and how to keep physically and mentally well during tutor periods. Students can find this information on student portal. This is a link to information provided this week which students and parents may find useful. https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole college remote learning. This is not a quick process and staff are working hard to continue to develop and refine the content they provide online. Subject staff will have communicated directly with students with regard to the systems and expectations of remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources. We continue to ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis: o Student Email o College Website o MOODLE o Any other communication media which your courses use We have already allocated online TA support to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their on-line learning. Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff will endeavour to follow the usual timetable periods and will be available on-line at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements. Online Student Services support remains available for students who need to information on financial or student welfare matters.

Reports

Parents will be aware that we were due to issue reports just before the Easter break. We are postponing issuing these until we fully understand how the grading for those courses with end of year exams/grades will be decided. We will provide further information in due course.

Exams:

All exams are cancelled following the Government’s announcement regarding exams.

Students who receive a College Bursary

For students eligible for a bursary whist studying, a separate update regarding how this service will continue during this period has been emailed to you. Please contact student services if you have not received this.

Updates

Throughout this difficult period, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we are putting arrangements in place for remote working that promote social distancing as advised by Government. We will continue to update the website on a daily basis with any new information we have. This will be updated by 6.30pm each day. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that days Government announcements but we will do so, as appropriate, the following day or as soon as we reasonably can. Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.

Karen Hucker Principal

Corona Virus Update 20th March 2020

Letter to Parents/Carers who are Key Workers


Click the button below to download Karen Hucker's Letter to Parents/Carers who are Key Workers dated 20-03-20

Letter to Parents/Carers who are Key Workers 20-3-20

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


Following yesterday’s announcements about the closure of schools and colleges until further notice from Monday and the decision not to run exams this year, we are still waiting for information about what exactly this means. We understand students will get some sort of qualification but we do not know the detail or how that will be decided. Therefore, the staff are continuing to provide the remote learning as we notified we would do yesterday. All students should continue to complete this, as the staff will use this as part of any teacher based assessment if the exam boards ask for this as part of their processes for awarding the qualifications.

For courses which are coursework based, such as the Extended Diplomas, Subsidiaries and the Certificates, we are anticipating that grading will be based on coursework grades so all student should be completing coursework as set.

Essentially, we do not know what information may be required form staff in relation to this so students need to continue to complete work so assessment of performance by staff can be made as needed.

Services on site from today

On Friday 20th March, the College site is closed to students. The online learning process will operate as outlined below. We are waiting for further guidance around the yesterday’s announcement regarding vulnerable groups but the College has already started online support for these students today. We do not envisage formal learning activity taking place on site.

Parents of these students will be contacted by the study centre to outline the onsite support available.

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole college remote learning. This is not a quick process and staff will need to continue to develop and refine the content they provide online. Please bear with them for the next couple of working days while they finalise resources. Subject staff will communicate directly with students with regard to the systems and expectations of remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources.

We ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis: o Student Email o College Website o MOODLE o Any other communication media which your courses use

We will have already allocated online TA support to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their on-line learning.

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff will endeavour to follow the usual timetable periods and will be available on-line at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

On-line Student Services support remains available for students who need to information on financial or student welfare matters.

Exams:

All exams are cancelled. Therefore, the on-demand exams we said we would run in Wednesdays update prior to the Easter break have been cancelled following yesterdays announcement from the Government regarding exams.

Students who receive a College Bursary

For students eligible for a bursary whist studying, a separate update regarding how this service will continue during this period has been emailed to you. Please contact student services if you have not received this.

Student Wellbeing

We have already provided a lot of advice for students on the Coronavirus and how to keep physically and mentally well during tutor periods. Students can find this information on student portal. This is a link to information provided this week which students and parents may find useful.

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/

Updates

It is important to reiterate that the college is not closing. We remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we are putting arrangements in place for remote working that promote social distancing as advised by Government.

We will continue to update the website on a daily basis with any new information we have. This will be updated by 6.30pm each day. Please be aware that we may not be able to fully respond to that days Government announcements but we will do so, as appropriate, the following day or as soon as we reasonably can.

Thank you for your support and understanding.

Karen Hucker Principal

Corona Virus Update 19th March 2020

Coronavirus Update for Students and Parents/Carers


Bexhill College has decided to suspend face to face lessons and is moving to remote learning for students from Thursday 19th March 2020 until the Easter holidays (when the situation will be reviewed).

The College has made this decision to enable us to facilitate government guidance on social distancing and self-isolation. In recent days, staff and student absence has increased due to social distancing and self-isolation guidelines, in addition to the usual illness levels in an organisation such as the College. It has become clear that some of our curriculum areas will be unable to deliver a high quality of education to all students with high levels of staff absence. The balance of risk dictates that it is unsustainable to continue to deliver lessons as normal and it is clear from contact with other colleges and school leaders that many educational providers in all stages of education are facing these decisions. Some post 16 providers have already moved to remote learning.

As a post-16 provider, our statutory duties are different to schools, and parents who need to work will still be able to do so while we adopt remote learning. The health and safety of our community is of paramount importance and this decision reflects that.

Services on site today and tomorrow

The College will operate as usual today (Wednesday 18th March). We will be open tomorrow (Thursday 19th March) for students who need to come and pick materials/resources up to help facilitate their own remote working and who are unable to do so today. However, please note:

  • Formal learning activity will not be taking place on site, unless otherwise communicated by individual teachers.
  • Limited catering facilities will be available – shop only.
  • Limited LRC facilities will be available, to allow students to collect or return books.
  • Students should follow the social isolation guidelines and not congregate in large groups for social discussions. Students can use the LRC or the refectory to work with their peers to share resources and notes, agree remote group learning and collate group work, if organised by the teacher.
  • Student Services support will be available for students who need to discuss financial or student welfare matters prior to remote learning.

Online Learning:

Since it became evident that the action to combat the Coronavirus might call for changes to everyday activities, our curriculum departments and technical teams have been working on preparing for whole college remote learning. This is not a quick process and staff will need to continue to develop and refine the content they provide online. Please bear with them for the next couple of working days while they finalise resources. Subject staff will communicate directly with students with regard to the systems and expectations of remote learning which will differ from course to course depending on the nature of the subject and available resources.

We ask all our students to ensure they check the following on a daily basis:

o Student Email o College Website o MOODLE o Any other communication media which your courses use

We will be allocating on-line TA support to those students who receive additional support already for their studies, to help facilitate their on-line learning.

Unless ill or unable to be available for other reasons, staff will endeavour to follow the usual timetable periods and will be available on-line at usual lesson and tutorial times to respond to student queries. If staff are unable to respond during these times, students will be informed about alternative arrangements.

Exams:

On line exams that are already planned before Easter will be run. For this and next week, these are:

Date

Course

Exam

Time

Friday 20 March

Level 2 Sport

Anatomy and Physiology

1.30pm

Tuesday 24th March

Level 2 Hairdressing Level 2 Barbering

Paper 2

11.00am

Friday 27th March

Level 2 Hairdressing Level 2 Barbering Level 3 Hairdressing

Paper 1 resit Paper 1 resit Paper 2

11.00am

Friday 27th March

Level 2 ICT

Online world

1.30pm

Friday 27th March

Food Safety

Food Safety

1.30pm

Students are free to decide if they wish to attend but are making this service available. All these exams are ‘on demand’ and we anticipate they will be available at a later date should students not wish to attend. Students who do attend will be spread out as per social distancing guidelines. All exams will be held in Theatre block and student should report to the theatre reception. Students should have this information on their student portal.

We will provide information for exams scheduled the week of 30th March in the 6.30pm College daily update on Tuesday 24th March.

All practical exams will be suspended until further notice. We appreciate students and parents will be concerned about exam preparation, particularly for those students who are in their final year of courses. We will continue to provide updates as and when we get them, particularly around external exams and assessments.

Students who receive a College Bursary

For students eligible for a bursary whist studying, a separate update regarding how this service will continue during this period will be emailed to you.

Student Wellbeing

We have already provided a lot of advice for students on the Coronavirus and how to keep physically and mentally well during tutor periods. Students can find this information on student portal. This is a link to information provided this week which students and parents may find useful.

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/

Updates

It is important to reiterate at this point that the college is not closing. We remain committed to providing a high-quality education service for our students. These are unprecedented times with exceptional challenges, which are impacting on our ability to provide our normal services. As such, we are putting arrangements in place for remote working that promote social distancing as advised by Government.

We will update the website on a daily basis with any new information we have. This will be updated by 6.30pm each day.

Thank you for your support and understanding.

Karen Hucker Principal

Corona Virus Update 18th March 2020

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