Requirements for coming on to campus
Wednesday 4 January 2023
Mask use on campus
You are encouraged to wear a face mask in indoor settings where physical distancing is difficult to maintain, including lectures and other teaching spaces, bathrooms and lifts.
Stay away when unwell
To protect our community please do not come onto our campuses if you are unwell. This includes fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss or change in sense of taste or smell – however mild.
Household and close contacts
The government no longer requires household contacts or close contacts of cases to isolate, provided they are both symptom-free and test negative. However, in order to further protect our community, we would request that you discuss your circumstances with your line manager or academic supervisor and stay away from campus if you can.
Household contacts are defined on the Ministry of Health's Household Contacts page.
If you are a household contact:
- You should test daily for 5 days
- If you must attend campus, please wear a face mask at all times
Close contacts are defined on the Ministry of Health's Close Contacts page.
If you are a close contact:
- You should monitor for symptoms for 10 days following exposure
- You should take a test if any symptoms develop
- If you must attend campus during the first 5 days following exposure, please wear a face mask at all times
All Government vaccine mandates were removed on Monday 26 September 2022. The University no longer requires vaccine passes.