RCC takes note of the latest developments on the transmission of COVID-19 infection based on reports from the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Following the sudden increase in COVID-19 clusters in Sabah and the increase in positive COVID-19 cases that have a history of travel from Sabah in Peninsular Malaysia, RCC is very concerned for the safety of the staff and students.
Taking into account the changes in the current situation and referring to the latest notification from MOH and media statement of the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) dated 2 October 2020, the ministry is concerned about the health, safety and well-being of students, staff and all parties involved.
In this regard, RCC has decided to postpone face to face lectures of all students from 5 October 2020 until the transmission of the COVID-19 epidemic is controlled and the instructions of the National Security Council (MKN), MOH and MOHE from time to time.
All RCC students are required to take note and follow the instructions as follows:
1)All new and old students are required to continue their studies online from 5 October 2020 until the date to be informed later. Face-to-face meetings are postponed.
2)All student activities planned to be implemented in the near future should be temporarily postponed including all activities that have been approved by the college previously. For students who have been in the hostel and are currently pursuing academic activities, students can remain in the hostel.
3)For students who still want to enter the college area, they must fill in the Health Declaration Form and check-in at the entrance of RCC by scanning the QR Code using MySejahtera application.
RCC will continue to monitor the development of this epidemic and channel the latest information from time to time. Any inquiries regarding these instructions can be directed to the college at 082-242411.