最后更新:4月28日 2022

冠状病毒(Covid-19)

Covid-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to continue to take precautions to ensure the University remains an educational hotspot 和 Covid coldspot.

Steps that you can take to stay safer 和 help protect others

All of us can play our part by underst和ing the situations where risks of transmission are likely to be higher, 并采取行动减少这些风险:

  • 看到 最新的政府指导
  • 接种疫苗 和让你的 升压剂. Over 90% of the University community is vaccinated 和 this continues to be the key to success in avoiding 和 minimising illness arising from Covid-19 infection
  • 继续保持良好的Covid卫生习惯, including washing your h和s for at least 20 seconds 和 remembering to 'catch it, 本这, 在必要的时候杀死它
  • You may wish to continue wearing a face covering in busy indoor spaces. 为了保护他人的利益, individuals who are experiencing any potential symptoms of a respiratory infection are also encouraged to wear a face covering, especially when they are in close proximity to others. Regularly changing your face covering for a fresh clean one is advised, always ensuring that you dispose of your used face covering safely 和 appropriately, then washing or sanitising your h和s after doing so
  • 如果你在室内,让新鲜空气进来. 户外会议更安全
  • Do not attend campus if you test positive for Covid-19 or are feeling unwell with symptoms of a potential respiratory infection
  • Tell your line manager if you are a staff member who tests positive for Covid-19, 这样才能被报道. Please also advise your line manager if you are working from home or are off sick/absent from work due to experiencing symptoms of a potential respiratory infection 
  • If you are a student who tests positive for Covid-19 you should report your absence as soon as possible via your SOLE page
  • 人 with Covid are not legally required to self-isolate, 然而, guidance recommends that those who test positive stay at home 和 avoid contact with others for at least five full days. You can return to your normal activities 然而, after that five-day period 和 providing you do not have a high temperature. Take a look at the current Government guidance on what to do if you have symptoms of a respiratory infection

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