An Oak House resident was examined, but staff were ‘content’ they were not at risk amid the COVID-19 outbreak
An NHS worker wearing a hazmat suit was spotted going into university hallsq in Manchester to examine a student – who turned out ‘not to be at risk of coronavirus’.
The Oak House resident was examined after a 111 call was made from The University of Manchester’s Fallowfield campus, a spokesman said.
The resident was later deemed ‘not to be at risk’ amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
A person in a hazmat suit was filmed entering a building on Tuesday (March 10).
An ambulance was also spotted at the scene.
The person seen to by NHS staff is believed to live in a flat in Beech Court, which is part of Oak House.
A paramedic in a hazmat suit outside Oak House student accommodation in Fallowfield
A spokesperson for The University of Manchester said: “Paramedics attended the scene following a 111 call.
“Having examined the resident, they are content that the person in question is not at risk of coronavirus.
“Ambulance staff have now left the site.”