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COVID-19

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REPORT A COVID-19 CASE ON CAMPUS BY COMPLETING THE CONTACT FORM

LU COVID-19 case form

COVID-19 Update 14 September 2022

The removal of the COVID-19 Protection Framework, commonly referred to as the traffic light system, by the Government is a significant milestone and good news following more than two years of COVID-19 rules and regulations.

It must be kept in mind though that the virus is still very much with us, and we continue to encourage all staff and students to keep monitoring for symptoms.

Please do not come to campus if:

  • You are unwell
  • You are a confirmed COVID-19 case.

If you do become unwell or develop COVID-19 symptoms you should get tested and self-isolate at home for at least seven days. While household contacts no longer need to isolate, they are asked to test for COVID-19 for the first 5 days of the case’s isolation period and to wear a mask when out and about.

Support while you are self-isolating

To enable the University to provide the welfare support needed while you are self-isolating, whether on or off-campus, staff and students are required to complete and submit a COVID-19 Response Form in the event of receiving a positive COVID-19 test result. 

The COVID-19 Response Form is also available on the SAFELU app.

If you require further support please contact the COVID student experience team via  [email protected].

Masks on campus

Masks are no longer a requirement other than in a health setting. However, if a staff or student wishes to wear a mask, they are encouraged to do so.  Good hygiene practices are also encouraged.

Semester 2, 2022 teaching and learning

 The University will continue to deliver face-to-face teaching and learning for Semester 2, supported by online learning.

  • For students who are unable to access campus and attend in person, while all course materials will be made available online via Akoraka|Learn, certain labs/field trips/studios may not be
  • Akoraka|Learn remains the main place for all course information, and students are encouraged to check Akoraka|Learn for details on individual course outlines
  • Students should contact their course examiners if they have any questions or require more information on their course outlines

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