Brandeis Research during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Brandeis has announced plans for a robust in-person experience for fall 2021. Students, faculty and staff coming to campus should comply with all measures required within the , including testing and taking the . Detailed policies for the summer of 2021 are on the COVID Response website.
Beginning May 17th, the capacity limits in the science labs returned to normal for labs that have at least 80% of personnel who are working in-person fully vaccinated. If this 80% threshold is not met, labs will maintain the current 60% capacity limit. We are still striving to reach 100% vaccination across campus.
Physical distancing of at least 6 feet must be maintained when feasible in labs, public areas, hallways, breakrooms, meetings, and seminars, in accordance with MA Guidelines. Masks must continue to be worn at all times while inside. Standard lab hygiene protocols should be followed, and lab personnel must follow proper glove and handwashing requirements.
For complete information, visit the COVID-19 Response: What's Now, What's Next website.
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