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Health measures affecting campus

This information is current as of October 7

To be on campus you must be fully or partially vaccinated or have proof of a valid negative COVID test result completed within 72 hours.

Daily health screening and managing absences

  • Be vigilant about self-monitoring for symptoms and stay home if you feel unwell.
  • Current provincial health measures state that individuals who test positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms must isolate.
  • Employees must complete the self-isolation/case report form when experiencing symptoms. Supervisors will co-ordinate time off or remote work arrangements when an employee reports a need to quarantine, whenever possible.
  • Students should inform their instructors if they are ill and submit and student COVID-19 self referral.

 

Masks on campus

  • Masks must be worn in all indoor spaces on campus. This includes, but is not limited to, classrooms, labs, hallways, meeting and study rooms. Do not eat or drink while walking in hallways.
  • All members of the campus community must wear a type of mask consistent with AHS guidelines. Gaiters or ‘buffs’ are not accepted. Plastic face shields can be worn only with an accommodation approved through Access and Inclusion Services (students) or HR (employees).
  • The only exceptions to wearing masks are when you have a valid accommodation, or you are:
    • in a single-user space (e.g., office, cubicle, study room)
    • alone in a shared space
    • using an equivalent or higher protection personal protective equipment
    • in a cubicle with a wall or other barrier between people and not providing services to anyone
    • in personal Residence units
    • actively eating or drinking in designated areas
    • participating in an activity where a mask cannot be worn, such as swimming and performance arts
  • Masks are not required outdoors.

 

Physical distancing

  • By public health order, physical distancing of 2 metres is required everywhere on campus except classrooms and labs. This includes hallways, tables, study and eating areas.

 

Cleaning and traffic flow — Do your part

  • Sanitization stations are set up at each entrance. Sanitize your hands before entering and when leaving any space.
  • Practise proper hand hygiene and wash your hands frequently.
  • Signage with arrows to direct traffic can be found throughout campus. Adhere to all signage and floor markings.
  • No food or drink in the Riddell Library and Learning Centre except in Barrow.
  • No food or drink in study rooms.
  • No food or drink in classrooms.
  • Depending on the activity or environment there may be additional health measures. Ask your manager or instructor.

 

Video

What you need to know about returning to the MRU campus.