Exeter Uni offers £ 40 ‘digital entertainment basket’ to self-isolating students

Who needs to go out when you have Sky Movies?

University of Exeter students affected by Covid-19 can get a digital basket worth £ 40 to spend on ‘digital entertainment’.

According to uni, this can be spent on “App Store, Google Play, Sky Store, Rakuten Kobo / TV, PlayStation Store, Xbox, TV Player plus and KIGSO”.

Currently, the basket is only available to students on the Exeter campus who have either tested positive after a test of the university’s test system or who are self-isolating in the hallways.

The university does not currently offer the service to students who self-isolate in private accommodation, Falmouth students, or anyone who tests positive through a non-university service, although they say they are trying to resolve this issue.

This is part of the university’s Rapid Response Hub, which they introduced with the following statement: “The safety and well-being of students is our top priority at the University of Exeter.

“Since the start of the pandemic, colleagues on all campuses have worked hard to put safety measures in place. As students and staff begin to return to our campuses, we must continue to work together to keep everyone safe.

“That’s why we opened our Rapid Response Hub, to advise people with symptoms of COVID-19 on how to get tested and to support people who test positive and need to self-isolate. “

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