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Extended national Covid restrictions 21 June to 19 July

Following confirmation from the Government that Covid restrictions will continue at the current level until 19 July, here’s an overview on what that means for students at Warwick.

Teaching and assessment

Teaching and assessment activities that are still taking place can continue as planned for the remainder of term 3 in line with Government safety requirements, including face-to-face support and activities for students to complete their assignments and preparations for online assessment.

Facilities and activities on campus

All campus buildings and research facilities are open (with the usual card access).

The Library, study spaces and dwell spaces are all open and safety restrictions continue. Campus and Commercial Services Group (CCSG) activities, including cafes, the Sports and Wellness Hub, the Arts Centre and Warwick Conferences, will continue to operate – and do so in line with continuing industry safety restrictions.

Although some University and Warwick SU plans for large in-person events cannot go ahead, the Warwick Presents programme will continue to offer a range of in-person social and co-curricular activities. Students can also find out about events on the MyWarwick calendar including the My Summer Opportunity programme for resources and support to explore career paths and opportunities to connect with potential employers.

As a reminder of the continuing national restrictions, groups of up to six people or two households can meet indoors, and up to 30 people can meet outside.

Staying safe

As always, the safety and wellbeing of all members of our community is our utmost priority and we will continue to use a range of safety measures on campus in line with extended Government requirements, including test and trace, risk assessments for all spaces and social distancing.

Covid testing will continue – all students and staff using campus are required to take twice-weekly tests, either using the University testing site on campus or home testing kits (available to order and collect).

Wellbeing provision

We’ll continue to offer wellbeing support and guidance to all students and staff throughout the upcoming vacation – whether you are struggling with the ongoing impact of the pandemic or would like support for any other personal issues or concerns.

Please reach out for support if you need it, through your personal tutor, resident tutor if you live on campus, or through Wellbeing Support Services – where you can also access a range of self-help tools.