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Update: Return to Campus Planning

Posted by Dalhousie University on June 19, 2020 in News

To:  Dalhousie faculty and staff

From: Frank Harvey, Provost and Vice-President Academic (Acting)        
Alice Aiken, Vice-President Research and Innovation
Ian Nason, Vice-President Finance and Administration

Date: Friday, June 19, 2020

Re: Update: Return to Campus Planning

As many of you are aware, yesterday the Province of Nova Scotia eased restrictions with respect to social gatherings, including allowing individuals to gather in groups of up to 10 without physical distancing. This has resulted in a number of questions being raised about the impact of those changes on the Return to Campus planning process.

The Province’s changes to gatherings do not apply to workplaces. As such, there is no impact on the planning process for allowing faculty and staff to return to campus.

The criteria for allowing faculty and staff to return to working on campus, and the safety measures that need to be in place when they do return, remain the same. Additionally, the processes related to the Return to Research — as outlined in the memo dated May 22 from Dr. Alice Aiken — also remain unchanged.

Thank you for your continued cooperation in ensuring a safe return to campus.

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Sincerely,

Frank Harvey, Provost and Vice-President Academic (Acting)
Alice Aiken, Vice-President Research and Innovation
Ian Nason, Vice-President Finance and Administration