Term 3 2022 guidance
The government has released a ‘Living with Covid-19’ plan which details that the remaining legal requirements linked to Covid-19 have been removed.
There are also high levels of immunity and vaccination nationally, meaning we’ve been able to review our approach and the Covid-19 safety measures on campus during term 3.
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You’re strongly advised to continue wearing a face covering in teaching, learning and study spaces, for in-person exams, and when moving around office space (unless you are unable to due to medical reasons or a disability).
We strongly recommend that you stay at home if you have symptoms of Covid-19 or any other infectious disease, or if you test positive for Covid-19. Please follow NHS advice.
Routine cleaning will be carried out by Campus Cleaning Services. You’re encouraged to take personal responsibility for sanitising the spaces and equipment that you use, using materials provided.
For data and insight national and local case numbers, check the government website.
In accordance with its Living with Covid-19 strategy, the Government has now stopped the Test and Trace Programmes so we can no longer offer this on campus, nor are we allowed to distribute lateral flow tests as from end of March.
If staff and students feel unwell, we recommend you stay at home and let your Personal Tutor know (or contact your department Senior Tutor if you’re unable to reach your Personal Tutor) in the case of students or your manager in the case of staff, following normal sickness absence reporting procedure, including reporting on SuccessFactors.
To find out more about testing, see the NHS information on testing for coronavirus.
The high vaccination rate nationally and vaccine uptake within our university community has played a key part in being able to return to campus, face-to-face teaching and other in-person activity.
It’s really important to get vaccinated if you haven’t already, and have a booster when you’re eligible, to help keep everyone safe on campus.
Vaccinations are available at the University Health Centre on Tuesday 10 May, 2pm - 5pm. Call 024 7526 3418 to book an appointment.
We will continue to share additional dates of vaccination clinics at the University Health Centre or pop-up vaccination clinics here.
- See the dates and times of drop-in vaccination clinics in Coventry and Warwickshire.
- You can also access the Covid-19 vaccination programme through the National Booking Service.
Find out more about Covid-19 vaccinations on the NHS website.
Due to the end of free universal tests provided by Government, we have now closed the University Test and Trace site. We have also ended contact tracing via our Test and Trace service.
See details on the NHS website about the changes to testing in England, including about people who are still eligible to access free tests.