Updated on September 24, 2021.
We plan to have the cafeteria open.
We plan to have all restaurants open.
It is mandatory to wear masks while waiting in line. Please make sure to follow the distance signs on the floors and pay attention to the need to not create clusters.
Meals should be completed as soon as possible and the person who finished his/her meal should wear a mask.
Please also make sure to clean your hands before and after eating.
All students, faculty and staff are now not required to fill out the Self-Checker App to enter the campus anymore but are required to present their KU ID and have it scanned upon entry to the campus. In order for the vaccine, immunity and PCR tests to be automatically checked during your ID scan, your HES code and current contact number that will be valid during the scan must be submitted via the Self-Checker application. We recommend that you submit your HES code and contact information before you come to the campus and check whether you have permission to enter the campus via the Mobile application. Detailed information will be shared with you by our Information Technologies Department in a separate announcement.
Those who experience Covid-19 symptoms, have a positive Covid-19 test, or those who are exposed to people who test positive are required not to come to the campus and highly encouraged to fill out the Self-Checker App. If you do not have these symptoms, you do not have to fill out the Self-Checker App.
All visitors will also required to be either fully vaccinated or submit a negative PCR test result taken within the last 72 hours.
Ventilation systems will be serviced more often. Repair services for breakdowns (C-trackit) will continue as usual.
All elevators are equipped with warnings and signage to ensure that the maximum number of persons allowed per square metre as per the Ministry of Health is not exceeded.
Following cleaning, common areas and frequently touched surfaces will be disinfected using chemical agents containing sodium hypochlorite as per the Ministry of Health. Common areas will be equipped with sanitiser stands.
In order to minimise the risk of Covid-19 across the campus, a series of changes/adjustments will be made to the operation of HVAC (Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning) systems:
The measures for the use of shuttles and buses will not be limited to the measures recommended by the Ministry of Health but will also include measures recommended by KU’s Health Board.
The Occupational Safety Unit will check shuttles and buses more often.
Mask wearing is compulsory inside the vehicles.
Hand sanitisers will be available inside the vehicles and must be used when getting on and off the vehicle.
Air-conditioning will not be switched on inside the vehicles.