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Stay 6 feet apart

Wear your face covering

Wash your hands

Monitor symptoms

Safety and expectations

Our commitment to each other

Our entire university community will need to follow these baseline behaviors to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  Mizzou community members are expected to take these proactive steps to monitor their personal health, stay home if they are feeling unwell and protect the safety of our entire community.

In light of new guidance from both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our local Boone County public health officials, wearing face coverings outside is no longer required on campus, although it is still encouraged that you use a face covering if you are within 6 feet of someone you do not live with, particularly if you are not vaccinated and if you are with that individual for 15 minutes or longer. It is also still recommended that individuals avoid large outside crowds where social distancing is not possible.

Face coverings and social distancing are still required while indoors on campus.

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Maintain 6 feet between yourself and others on and off campus

 

Keeping space between you and others is the best tool we have to avoid being exposed to the COVID-19 virus.

  • Each person must remain at least 6 feet (about two arm lengths) from others.
  • Maintain that distance in classrooms, corridors, laboratories, studios, recreation areas, common spaces, elevators, stairwells and social settings.
  • Do not congregate in restrooms while waiting your turn.
  • Most elevators will allow for only 1 to 2 riders (distanced 6 feet apart) at once. Use the stairs when possible.
  • Do not lean on elevator walls or touch your face after using elevator buttons. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after you exit the elevator.
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Wear face coverings

Face coverings are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when combined with everyday preventive actions and social distancing in public settings.

Wearing face coverings outside is no longer required on campus, although it is still encouraged that you use a face covering if you are within 6 feet of someone you do not live with, particularly if you are not vaccinated and if you are with that individual for 15 minutes or longer.

Face coverings and social distancing are still required while indoors on campus.

Face coverings & usage guidelines

Practice good health hygiene

Wash your hands

 

  • Wash hands (with soap and water for at least 20 seconds) frequently throughout the day.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, you can use an ethyl alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains 60%-95% alcohol.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
  • Throw used tissues in the trash.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water immediately after coughing, sneezing, blowing your nose or using the restroom.
#CampusClear app

Check and log your temperature and symptoms daily using the #CampusClear app

 

The university requires you to complete a daily symptom and temperature checklist, but self-monitoring is easy and fast with the #CampusClear app. #CampusClear provides a daily push notification that will act as a regular reminder to check your symptoms and temperature.

Symptoms & Monitoring

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If you are a student, you must follow the off-campus conduct policy

This policy (CRR 200.010.C.11 and .14) means that if you are at or host a party of more than 50 attendees, you could be sanctioned as a violation of the Standard of Conduct.

All policies/standards are based on university expectations as informed by city, county and state guidelines. Compliance with these policies falls under the Collected Rules and Regulations (CRR).  You must follow federal, state, and local public health orders while you are off campus, too.

Intervene or report unsafe behavior

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Stay home if you feel unwell, are waiting for test results, have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19 or have tested positive

If your test is negative, follow health care provider advice regarding return to campus activities.

Guidance for students dealing with COVID-19

Guidance for employees dealing with COVID-19

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Report a positive COVID-19 diagnosis

All students, faculty and staff are required to notify the university if they receive a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

Students

Students must notify the MU Student Health Center within four hours of receiving their positive test result by submitting a secure online form. They must also notify their instructors they will not be attending class to make arrangements to continue their studies remotely, if they are able.

Student self-report form

Employees (including student employees)

Faculty, staff and student employees who test positive are expected to notify their supervisor along with their dean or division leader. Supervisors should report the positive case using the form below.

COVID-19 Tracking form for supervisors