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UMS implements virtual classes beginning this week

17th March, 2020


KOTA KINABALU: Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) has implemented virtual classes beginning yesterday (March 16) due to the current situation of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia.

UMS deputy vice-chancellor (Academic & International), Professor Dr Rasid Mail, in a statement posted on the UMS website, said UMS will impose necessary actions related to academic activities with effect from March 16, 2020, until further announcement is made.

First, he said, all lectures or tutorials will be conducted through virtual classes via the following websites: http://smart2.ums.edu.my or http://smartv3.ums.edu.my.

Secondly, all academic related activities in the forms of practical and class outdoor activities are postponed.

He also urged everyone to pray together that the COVID-19 pandemic will subside soon, and to adhere to the health advice issued by the authorities from time to time.

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