Daryush EsmailiParticipantMarch 23, 2022 at 9:25 pmPost count: 1
With the easing of provincial COVID-19 restrictions, we are curious what others are currently planning for restrictions in their facilities. In particular, we are interested in plans for the following:
– Requirements for masks
– Physical distancing
– Vaccination mandates
– Capacity restrictions
Thank you in advance for any insights you can provide.
Rich McEvoyKeymasterMarch 24, 2022 at 2:00 pmPost count: 55
Fanshawe is maintaining our masking requirements until the end of the current semester. In accordance to local health unit guidelines, we have removed 2m distancing restrictions in academic areas however, they remain in place in most non-academic areas (e.g. offices, lounge areas). Daily self-screening continues, using our app.
We are awaiting further updates from our health unit at the end of this month and hope to remove additional restrictions in time for our summer semester.
We did agree to leave plexiglass barriers in our labs, washrooms and reception areas for the summer and will likely remove most of them for the Fall.
Christian PrudHommeParticipantMarch 24, 2022 at 9:00 pmPost count: 10
Loyalist is also maintaining mask requirements until at least the end of the semester. We no longer have physical distancing or capacity requirements. We have limited entry points to key doors where guards are verifying double vaccinations either by checking the App or by QR code.
Daniel AlonzoKeymasterMarch 25, 2022 at 10:53 amPost count: 18
At Humber College, we have the following plan in place.
1. We are keeping the mask mandate until April 30th. Individuals will still have the choice to keep their masks after May 1st, but it will no longer be required.
2. Physical distancing is no longer required in classrooms or labs.
3. We still are implementing covid-19 assessments when entering the College, which requires individuals to be vaccinated. This may get revised based on recommendations from our Local Public Health.
4. We no longer have capacity restrictions in classrooms or labs.
I hope this helps.
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