Yes, in compliance with County guidance, face coverings are required indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings are also strongly recommended when at crowded outdoor events where physical distancing is difficult. For more information about masking guidelines, visit Health…Read full answer about Our cubicles are next to each other, should we keep masks on?
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We are grateful for how our community has responded during the last 18 months of the pandemic. It’s clear with the Delta variant, the pandemic is not past us. Public health conditions are changeable and we will need to continue…Read full answer about Seems things are changing due to the variant, things may open and then close again. How do we manage this uncertainty?
As far as the fragrance issue goes, there are non-fragranced options available in the market. However keep in mind that they will not be completely free of scent. The chemicals that provide the disinfectant activity have their own odor which…Read full answer about What options are available for those who are chemically sensitive to the fragrances in sanitizers and wipes?
Cleaning crews in academic, research and administrative buildings will focus their efforts on common spaces such as break rooms, restrooms, cafes, and high-touch areas like doorknobs and elevator buttons. For more tips about safety habits for cleanliness, visit Cardinal…Read full answer about Are there any cleaning requirements for shared spaces?
As of 6/21/2021, events are no longer required to register with EH&S except those that have 500 or more individuals (email@example.com). Modified guidelines for events/gatherings are detailed on Health Alerts.Read full answer about What are the guidelines for events, meetings and catering?
In compliance with County guidance, face coverings are required, regardless of vaccination status, in the following settings: when indoors, when using public transportation, carts and other university vehicles occupied by more than one person, and when in healthcare facilities.Face coverings…Read full answer about What are the mask requirements when working on-site?
Campus ventilation systems are designed to deliver outdoor air exchange consistent with building code requirements and consensus industry standards. Over the past several years, the university has also been upgrading its air filtration systems to further optimize its general indoor…Read full answer about Will high efficiency filtration be installed in buildings?
Yes, Stanford policy requires that all faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, including those working remotely in the United States. Proof of vaccination must be uploaded to Health Check by Dec. 8, 2021. You…Read full answer about Is vaccination required for faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars?
The WorkLife Office and campus partners offer several grant programs and resources that are available to support you now and beyond the pandemic: Child Care Assistance Grant Program (link is external): New as of March 1, the Child Care…Read full answer about What grants and financial resources are available to support my family and childcare needs?
Yes, eligible employees may use up to 24 hours for self-care and personal wellness. The use of COVID Flex Hours for non-quarantine or non-illness-related purposes is subject to your manager’s approval, and you should discuss scheduling arrangements with your manager…Read full answer about Can I use COVID Flex Hours for self-care and wellness?