Students will only be required to be on campus for a day and a half of their face-to-face weeks.
A financial assistance fund has been set up to help students cover the cost of the scrubs.
Students will have to book the spaces in advance, and their names will be logged to help with contact tracing.
Society heads express their “disappointment” over the announcement and the lack of communication regarding an online fair.
The Sinn Féin higher education spokesperson told students to hold off on signing leases on accommodation until it is clear what the next academic year will look like.
This month, the government announced that universities could relax the two-metre rule during classes and lectures.
Operating the physical fair has been deemed “unrealistic” given current public health guidelines.
Higher Education Minister Simon Harris said that mental illness was the 'number one' health issue for young people in Ireland.
An action plan to fix the Trinity's swimming pool was drawn up in August 2019, and has yet to be acted upon by College.
The devices were ordered through a €15 million coronavirus fund set aside to purchase student devices.