The University will send a special cleaning crew as needed.Read full answer about How will the University clean and disinfect an area exposed to COVID-19?
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Clean commonly touched surfaces several times per day this includes lab benches, lab equipment, desks, phones, remote controls, printers, fax machines, computer mouses and keyboards. The University recommends that departments or units purchase EPA-registered disinfectants such as single-use disinfectant wipes and multi-surface…Read full answer about How can I disinfect my workplace?
Dispenser stations containing alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be installed at building entrances, as supplies allow. Although hand sanitizer can help prevent the spread of the virus, practicing the CDC’s proper hand-washing technique is considered to be more effective.Read full answer about Is the University planning to install dispenser stations containing hand sanitizer?
Occupied Buildings: In addition to the routine custodial cleaning cadence, the university has implemented an enhanced cleaning frequency to clean and disinfect common areas and commonly touched surfaces in occupied buildings. Touchpoints such as entrance handles, handrails, elevator buttons, tables, restroom…Read full answer about How is the University cleaning and disinfecting buildings across campus?
Effective immediately, students’ spouses/partners and students’ minor dependents are allowed as essential visitors under county and state orders. The campus compact’s provisions regarding guests and visitors are being amended to reflect this clarification. Note that childcare providers are already included…Read full answer about What is Stanford’s policy on visitors to campus?
Most federal agencies, including NIH and NSF, do not grant prior approval for late submissions; however, there are existing policies that address extenuating circumstances and the NIH published a memo on March 9, 2020 relating to late applications, as well…Read full answer about What if I am unable to submit my grant on time due to COVID-19?
See the NIH memos published on March 9, 2020, regarding late applications and an FAQ. The NIHFederal Office of Management and Budget also released a memo indicating that grant “flexibilities are applicable to NIH applicants and recipients where the entity is conducting…Read full answer about COVID-19 issues are negatively affecting the progress on my grant. What should I do?
On March 9, 2020, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) produced a memo directing Federal agencies to support research and services that are deemed necessary to carry out emergency response related to COVID-19.On March 12, 2020, the NIH issued a …Read full answer about What guidance has the federal government provided regarding funding and grants?
First and foremost, do not come into the lab unless you are essential staff performing critical functions identified and approved in a Laboratory Research Continuity Plan in Essential Research SmartSheets.To reduce the risk of spreading illness, including COVID-19, colds, and flu, follow…Read full answer about What should labs do now to reduce the risk of spreading illness?