Nova Scotia has lifted COVID restrictions including gathering limits, social distancing and mask restrictions. At Dalhousie, most restrictions have been lifted but mask requirements will remain in place a little longer as we help our diverse and complex community transition into a lower-restriction model of work and study.
- Masks are to be worn in most indoor common spaces on campus (with the exception of residence) until at least June 10.
- Vaccination: As of May 1, the Campus Check program has been suspended. Students, faculty and staff do not have to provide proof of full vaccination to work or study on campus.
As we move through our phased approach, we will continue to strongly encourage and promote health and safety best practices that are in our collective interest as a Dal community.
We all have a responsibility to look after our own health and safety and the health and safety of our Dal community. This includes staying home if you're sick and following provincial protocols for testing and self-isolation.
Learn more: How to protect myself and others (Nova Scotia Health)
If you have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19:
Follow testing and self-isolation instructions at nshealth.ca/coronavirus.
If you test positive for COVID-19:
Follow provincial instructions at nshealth.ca/i-have-tested-positive.
Complete the Nova Scotia Report and Screening form to help identify if additional supports are needed.
Students: Follow your instructor and/or program’s policy to supporting student illness and missed classes, including the Student Declaration of Absence process as applicable.
Faculty and staff: Follow standard procedures for illness in line with employee agreements and Dal's COVID-19 Guideline for Employment (login required)
Residence students: Contact the Residence Life team by phone (Halifax 902-220-9038 / Truro 902-956-0750) so we can immediately help support your self-isolation.
If you need proof-of-recovery from COVID-19:
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||For information about COVID-19, visit novascotia.ca/coronvirus or
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