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Covid-19 information for our community
Wednesday 14 September: In response to the retirement of the New Zealand COVID-19 Protection Framework, we have updated our key University-related Covid-19 information.
Learning and teaching until the end of 2022
Tuesday 13 September: This covers on-campus delivery, enrolment in courses offered online, examinations and tests. The only change resulting from the removal of the COVID-19 Protection Framework (the 'traffic light system') is the deletion of the section on 'Activities in different ‘traffic light’ settings'.
Requirements for coming on to campus
Tuesday 13 September 2022: Government vaccine mandates continue apply to some University activities until 26 September.
Mask use on campus
Monday 12 September: Where we encourage mask use, plus things to consider.
Rapid Antigen Testing
Tuesday 6 September 2022: Information about Rapid Antigen Testing at the University and obtaining Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs), including frequently asked questions.
In solidarity with Ukraine
Friday 17 June: The University of Auckland stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and all those affected by the conflict and growing humanitarian crisis.
University revokes vaccination policy
The University of Auckland has revoked its Covid-19 Vaccination and Testing Policy, in line with the Government’s announcement last week to end the requirements for vaccine passes. This will be effective from 11.59pm Monday 4 April. There will be some exceptions.
Vice-Chancellor’s update on harmful sexual behaviour
Friday 25 March: Email sent to all staff and students by Vice-Chancellor Professor Dawn Freshwater on Friday 25 March 2022.
Vice-Chancellor’s statement on harmful sexual behaviour
Monday 21 March: Email sent to all staff by Vice-Chancellor Professor Dawn Freshwater on Monday 21 March 2022.
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