Health and Wellbeing Stay home if you feel unwell
Mask requirements Depending on levels of COVID-19 in the community, our mask settings will be red (mandated in all indoor settings), orange (mandated in certain higher risk indoor settings) or green (individual choice). Masks are strongly recommended in all indoor settings. They are mandatory in: • College of Health and Medicine spaces (excluding Rozelle) because they remain subject to public health directions. • Where 1.5m physical distancing cannot be maintained either because of the nature of the activity, for example, in classes with practicals that require close collaboration or because of the size of the room relative to the number of people in it. Signs will be posted on the doors of all teaching, research, meeting rooms and other shared rooms to help indicate whether masks are required based on occupancy levels. • For gatherings where, if multiple people were to get COVID, it would impact the continuity of our university operations or critical functions, for example, a meeting of all the teaching staff for a particular discipline, a U-Connect team meeting, College or Divisional Leadership team meeting etc. Wear a properly fitted mask when physical distancing is not possible and in poorly ventilated settings. • Clean your hands frequently with alcohol- based hand rub or soap and water. • Personal Hygiene • Cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Dispose of used tissues immediately and clean hands regularly.
If you start to feel unwell and have any of the following symptoms, however mild, please do not come to campus: a fever, chills or sweats, headache, cough, fatigue, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss or change in sense of taste or smell. RAT (Rapid Antigen Test) kits are available from Public Health. Visit the Tasmanian website for information on how to get a RAT kit. Positive case reporting If you've tested positive for COVID-19 we ask that you complete this online form . It will support our management of COVID-19 and, as a result, the health and safety of our community. Potential COVID-19 exposure sites We will be regularly publishing a list of potential COVID-19 exposure sites at the University of Tasmania. These are times and locations where we know that someone who was COVID-19 positive was on campus. Physical Distancing The more space between people, the harder it is for the virus to move between people. Wherever possible maintain at least 1.5m from others. If this is not possible, minimise the duration of contact and consider additional controls.
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