This message was originally sent to students by the director of safety, Kate Windsor.
- Waterloo Region has moved into the “red zone” of the Province’s COVID-19 response framework, which means we need to change access to some facilities on campus.
- Classes, labs and research operations will continue as they have been.
- Travel between regions of the province should be limited to essential purposes. Classes and work are considered essential purposes.
As of today, Waterloo Region officially moved into the “red zone” of the Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework.
Being in this red or “control” zone means some changes to accessing some facilities on campus. Classes, labs and research operations will continue as they have been.
- Dining areas
- Seating in dining areas will be limited.
- Most dining in Claudette Millar Hall (CMH) will now be take out.
- Athletics and Recreation facilities
- We will be limiting the number of people who can use facilities at the same time.
- Contact is not allowed in any sport environment. Team sports will not be played or practiced, except for individual skill development.
Travel between regions of the province, especially from areas in red or lockdown status, should be limited to essential purposes. Classes and work are considered essential purposes.
If you have any questions about accessing campus with these new red zone restrictions, contact email@example.com.
If you have health-related questions about COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, test positive or think you may need to get tested, you can call the University’s COVID hotline, 1-833-UW-COV19 (1-833-892-6819) or complete this web form.