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Staying safe on campus in 2022

Staying safe on campus in 2022

The University of Regina has fully returned to in-person courses and operations.

The University has lifted all proof of vaccination and testing requirements and mask-wearing is optional in all areas of campus.

While mask wearing is no longer required, masks will continued to be welcomed in all areas of our campuses, and we anticipate many will choose to continue using them.

The University continues to encourage all students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus to regularly self-conduct rapid antigen tests, regardless of vaccination status, and stay home if they are feeling ill.

 

What do I do if I feel ill?

Masks

Mask-wearing is optional in all areas of campus.

While mask wearing is no longer required, masks will continue to be welcomed in all areas of our campuses, and we anticipate many will choose to continue using them.

Questions?

For questions, comments, or concerns, contact Health, Safety and Wellness:

International Travel

The Government of Canada has eased some restrictions on international travel and lifted its level-3 advisory to avoid non-essential travel to most countries. Canada is now at Level 2, which advises travelers to practise special precautions.

In response, the use of University of Regina funds is now approved for international travel purposes. Please note however, that it is the responsibility of the person submitting a Travel Authorization Request Form to check the Government of Canada – Travel Health Notices website for additional information and the latest updates.

For those traveling on University business, the Health, Safety & Wellness team has created a risk assessment form for your use which is available on the COVID-19 Resources page. The form includes all the appropriate information and links you will need to plan a safe and successful trip.

Health, Safety and Wellness

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Latest Updates

Changes to the University’s masking requirements

Updated on Jun 1

An important message about upcoming changes to masking requirements on campus effective June 1.