July 21st, 2021
Everything you need to know about using our libraries following the lifting of restrictions.
Whilst government guidelines mean that the wearing of face coverings is no longer mandatory, the government expects and recommends that you wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed spaces. This helps you to reduce the risk of transmission.
We ask that you continue to follow good hand hygiene measures, clean surfaces before and after use and give people space where it is sensible or requested. Visit the Safety on Campus page for guidance on keeping the university community safe.
Please be considerate of others when using our spaces as some people may be more comfortable with the lifting of restrictions than others.
You should continue to take an asymptomatic Covid test at least once a week before coming on to campus. If you experience any Covid symptoms you must isolate, notify the university and book an NHS PCR test.
For more information about the lifting of Covid restrictions at the university, please visit the Coronavirus hub.
We will be making some changes to our libraries and services over the coming weeks to reflect the latest government guidance. Signage in our libraries and guidance on our website will be updated as soon as possible.
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