The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has introduced the NL VaxPass. Some activities at Memorial now require COVID-19 vaccination record checks for an individual’s access to venues or spaces.
As previously communicated, Memorial is planning for winter 2022 in-person university activities to return to mainly pre-pandemic conditions.
We are fortunate to have a high proportion of our university community fully vaccinated, and I am pleased with our collective efforts to keep each other safe and healthy this fall, following public health guidelines in classrooms, student residences and shared spaces across our campuses.
Memorial University is requring COVID-19 vaccines for all students, faculty and staff, and as of Aug. 23, masks will be required on all Memorial campuses in all indoor spaces.
In anticipation of the July 13 return to campus for staff, this is an update to help prepare. All employees should discuss plans for return to campus with their supervisors. The return to campuses supports the province’s overall Together Again reopening plan.
To Memorial University students, I am writing to provide an update on planning for the fall 2021 semester across Memorial’s campuses.
Memorial has adjusted its COVID alert level scale to low in light of the improvement in the COVID-19 situation in Newfoundland and Labrador and the changing provincial level. This change takes effect on Monday, March 29.
Memorial will remain in a primarily remote environment while Newfoundland and Labrador continues to manage the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
Information for students on the status of MUCEP/ISWEP positions during Alert Level 5
Effective Feb. 22, 2021, international students arriving in Canada by air through Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver must complete the following steps.
In early October, the Marine Institute announced the Winter 2021 academic semester will remain primarily remote and that any on-campus activity will occur in a measured and safe manner, adhering to the provincial government’s COVID-19 Alert Level System and aligning with provincial public health directives.
Memorial University has developed general technology standards for remote/online learning across Memorial’s campuses in fall 2020.
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