Trinity Covid-19 Protocols

Trinity Covid-19 Protocols

Trinity Covid-19 Protocols 

  • Masks are not required on Trinity’s campus.  Persons who wish to wear masks are welcome to do so, and we ask all to respect the rights of those who continue to wear masks.  Being responsive in a positive way will help everyone.
  • If you are sick or have symptoms of illness, STAY HOME!  Staying away from others is the best way to keep everyone healthy.  Faculty and supervisors should be understanding and helpful when students or staff say they cannot be present due to illness.  It is important to encourage this healthy practice and refrain from putting pressure on someone to show up when they need to stay away.
    • If you do have symptoms, please report to the Health Center (Main 461) or see your health care provider for care.
    • If you test positive for Covid, please follow the guidance of the Health Center or your provider about return to campus.
  • Wash. Your. Hands.  Goes without saying, but we need to say it.
  • Keep your distance.  While we have returned to more “normal” patterns, it still helps to keep a bit of distance where you can do so — wait for the next elevator, give some room for seating, etc.
  • Vaccines are recommended.  Trinity recommends but does not require students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors who come to campus to be vaccinated and boosted against Covid-19. Vaccines are the best way to ensure your personal safety and the safety of the community. We recommend that all in the Trinity community remain updated with their vaccines.
    • Students can update their immunization and vaccine records on the Trinity Student Health Portal.  Alternatively, you can provide a copy in person to the Health and Wellness Center (Main 461).

 

Updated: February 2023