UNIVERSITY freshers are banned from bonking under a virus crackdown.
Randy students who risk breaking rules for a bunk-up face fines of up to £800.
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Guidelines stop them from having parties and overnight visitors at their Bristol University halls.
New undergraduates are restricted to a bubble of 12 to 15 students in their accommodation.
They are only allowed to meet people not in their “living circle” outside and while still following official social distancing rules.
Freshers events will also be held virtually via Zoom.
Students are told: “You will not be allowed to have anyone other than those in your living circle inside your flat. After the first two weeks, you will not need to distance from your living circle as they are your new household.”
University College London, Cambridge and Aberystwyth are among other universities drawing up similar guidelines for students.
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A Bristol University spokesman said: “Living circles will enable students to socialise, study and make great friends while living safely.
“Given the seriousness of the threat posed by Covid-19, we are committed to taking disciplinary action against students found to be in breach of the rules. Unacceptable behaviour may lead to fines.”
A Department for Education spokeswoman said: “We encourage universities to find innovative ways of helping students to socialise.”
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