yes, i think that this would be a good way to make sure that they epidemic does not keep on spreading a whole lot further, and i think that it would be a good way to make sure that a lot of people get the help that they need to.
Universities should be required by law to construct shelters for people unaffected by any virulent epidemics floating around. In the age of global terrorism, biological warfare is an issue which warrants direct concern and anticipation. The construction of shelters from virulent epidemics would help to protect citizens from any biological weapons which have been deployed at a university or any highly populated civilian area.
Plain and simple, the job of a university is to educate students and train them with the skills needed to be employable adults. Issues like diseases running around are not the job of the university, and should be taken on by hospitals or other medical services more eqipped to do the job.
I do not think universities should be required by law to construct shelters for people who are not affected by virulent epidemics floating around. Why would they? If a person is unaffected by a virulent epidemic, what would be the reason to build a shelter for them? It doesn't make any sense.
Universities should not be required to construct shelters to protect people from virulent epidemics floating around. This is not the role of universities and should be done by hospitals and doctors. The government should also not do it because they would just waste a large amount of tax payers money.