The School of Medicine asked students to volunteer in intensive care units, which the government said could be at capacity within days.
Díreoidh an Teastas i Múineadh na Gaeilge ar an aosoideachas agus ar fhoghlaimeoirí fásta.
Final-year nursing students are struggling to get answers to questions they say are causing them 'ferocious mental stress'.
Kinlay Group, which owns USIT, experienced a "tsunami" of knock-on effects when the virus reached Europe and the USA.
Fifteen part-time roles within the union have been filled, while students will vote next week on the 10 contested elections.
Provost Patrick Prendergast said it's 'sobering to realise that throughout Trinity’s long history, our campus has never been this silent'.
Gabrielle Fullam says she 'was frequently subject to demeaning racist remarks' and 'labelled with heavily coded racist terminology'.
Simon Harris today announced that student nurses and midwives on unpaid placement will receive payment for their work.
Those who have remained on campus have been told to download an app that will tell Trinity 'who is in College residence at any given time'.
Under government proposals, leaving certificate students may sit their exams in the summer, and start college as late as November.