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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Physical Distancing

It is important to keep space between yourself and other people while outside the home. This means staying the recommended distance apart from others and avoiding large crowds. We'll continue to update this information as changes occur.

Given that asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic individuals are known to spread the virus, physical distancing is one effective way to mitigate disease transmission risk. Face coverings are not a substitute for physical distancing.

Around Campus and Shared Spaces

  • The university supports the 3 feet physical distancing guidelines recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but additional distancing is encouraged where feasible, particularly indoors.
  • Changes in traffic flow are indicated by one-way signs and markers with doors labeled as entrance- or exit-only.
  • Furniture has been rearranged or eliminated.
  • Occupancy limits are posted where people might normally congregate.
  • Acrylic glass shields have been added in common areas.

In the Classroom

  • Face coverings are expected for unvaccinated individuals. 
  • The university supports the 3 feet physical distancing guidelines recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but additional distancing is encouraged where feasible, particularly indoors.  

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