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What safety measures are being taken at Health Sciences?

Across campus, we have tried to reduce density in classrooms by 50 percent. Optimally, we would like to have everyone 6 feet apart at all times, but in instances where this is not possible, we have reduced density, assigned seats and enforced the use of personal protective equipment. Masks are required for everyone and instructors are teaching behind a plexiglass shield.

Facilities is disinfecting the campus regularly with CDC-approved materials. Classrooms are being closed for regular disinfecting. In case of an outbreak, gasified hydrogen peroxide is available for deep cleaning. Return to Campus has more information about Cleaning and Disinfecting, which is taking place across campus.

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