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UW personnel and students are required to be 伟德手机版:vaccinated against COVID-19.

A safe return to our campuses

The University of Washington returns to in-person work and instruction for autumn quarter with range of health and safety measures in place. We remain committed to supporting all faculty and staff with maximum empathy and flexibility.

The is in effect, and it is supplemented by . The Center for Teaching and Learning has also prepared . If you have questions about your specific work circumstances, we encourage you to speak with your chair or supervisor about your unit’s plans.

UW Environmental Health & Safety also maintains a collection of for UW leaders and employees, including details on cleaning and disinfecting procedures, food service and personal protective equipment.

Planning

Trainings & presentations

  • (PowerPoint)

Personal protective equipment

Signage, posters and graphics

Task force members

  • Denise Bender, Environmental Health & Safety
  • Cheryl A. Cameron, Academic Personnel
  • Lou Cariello, UW Facilities
  • Steven Charvat, UW Emergency Management
  • Mary Gresch, University Advancement
  • Katia Harb, Environmental Health & Safety
  • Mindy Kornberg, UWHR
  • Joe Lawless, UW Tacoma
  • Mary E. Lidstrom, Office of Research
  • Brian McCartan, UW Finance
  • Jack Martin, University Marketing & Communications
  • Aaron Powell, UW-IT
  • Gowri Shankar, UW Bothell
  • Margaret Shepherd, Office of the President

The work of the task force is informed by public health experts, including the , and UW Medicine infectious disease specialists.