A breakdown of the quarantine measures taken at all Sciences Po campuses.
By now, multiple newspapers and newschannels have reported on the imposed quarantines on Sciences Po students returning from high-risk regions after February break. The affected students have been demanded to stay at home in a form of self-quarantine in which they are not to attend classes and, in theory, not to interact with anyone. A detailed analysis of this strategy by the Quarterly can be found in our new print edition, which you can preorder here. But what does this quarantine measure look like? We take a look at the numbers as provided by Sciences Po to Le Figaro.
As of Friday, 364 students across the Sciences Po campuses have been quarantined for different periods of time, most for 14 days. Below you can see the breakdown of this total.