COVID-19: Current measures to keep you safe on campus
We continue to work hard to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, and below are just some of the things we can all do to help keep ourselves and others:
- Get vaccinated
- Let fresh air in if you meet indoors
- Wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed settings and where you come into contact with people you do not normally meet
- Stay at home if you are feeling unwell
- Get tested and self isolate if required
- Regularly wash/sanitise your hands
- Download and use the NHS Covid-19 app
We also encourage all members of our community to act considerately and with empathy in relation to personal space, respecting that some people will feel more comfortable maintaining a wider distance from others.
In line with Government guidance, we encourage you to wear a face covering (unless exempt), particularly in busy/crowded indoor spaces and where you are mixing with people you don’t often meet.
Face coverings may also be identified as required by risk assessment for certain activities. See the risk assessment guidance for further information.
Ensuring the health and safety of our entire community continues to be our top priority. Frequent touch point cleaning for communal areas within buildings will be undertaken twice daily.
We also encourage the regular use of hand sanitiser.
Teaching and learning spaces are assessed for adequate ventilation and we encourage everyone to let fresh air in wherever possible when meeting indoors.
The timetabling of teaching spaces mitigates against overcrowding and cleaning regimes will continue for timetabled teaching spaces.
Lateral Flow Testing
We encourage all members of our community to take part in regular testing, to help reduce the spread of Covid-19. Tests are available at the Brynmor Jones Library and more information is available here.
We also encourage everyone to take up vaccinations to help keep our community safe. We offer pop-up vaccination clinics on campus.