The start of the fall academic term has brought with it the biggest uptick in on-campus activity since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic back in March. Some residences and dining halls are now up and running for students, select classrooms and labs have been reopened, and several key administrative and service personnel are back on campus to serve community members.
And while the number of people on campus remains quite limited, those arriving for the first time or returning after time away have had to adapt to a new environment on campus — one that prioritizes health and safety in new and different ways. Dalhousie has worked hard with provincial health officials over the past several months to create a robust set of safety measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
Below, we take a visual tour of campus to illustrate some of the university's key protocols and showcase how people are settling into them and the modifications made to some high-traffic spaces. To learn more about safety guidelines, visit Dal's COVID-19 Information and Updates website.
Keeping your distance
Cleaning, disinfecting and staying sanitary
Masks and personal protective equipment
Signage and directional guidance
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