We continue to monitor Quebec’s epidemiological situation and follow public health recommendations.
Limiting the spread
Monitor your health and the onset of symptoms such as fever, cough, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nasal discharge and nasal congestion. If you have any of these symptoms, take steps to reduce the risk of infecting other people.
For 10 days after the onset of symptoms:
COVID-19 is a respiratory infectious disease. Take the same steps listed above to limit the transmission of viruses (ex: seasonal flu) and respiratory infectious diseases.
Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory in most university settings. However, masks remain an effective tool in reducing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Procedure masks remain available at the following Concordia building entrances:
SGW: EV, FB, GM, GN, H, MB, VA
LOY: HA, HB, JR, HU, SP, CJ, GE, PC, RA
Consult public health guidelines on masks.
For masks procurement, please contact Facilities Management (x2400).
Those who need non-urgent medical attention can contact Health Services.
Consult Quebec’s COVID-19 resources for additional information.
For the most up-to-date information on symptoms, please visit the Government of Quebec web pages related to COVID-19.
Yes, but monitor for symptoms for the 10 days following your last contact with the case.
Yes. However, for 10 days, you must:
If you have a fever:
If you don’t have a fever:
You can come to campus, but for 10 days following the appearance of these symptoms you should:
o Avoid coming to campus until you are fever free for at least 24 hours without medications.
o Inform your supervisor/professor that you are self-isolating.
o Once back on campus, for 10 days following the appearance of your symptoms you should:
If you are having fever in the last 24 hours, you shouldn’t attend the exam. You would need to communicate your absence with your professor, research lead, or department administrator. you may also wish to consult information on academic accommodations, including reporting short-term absences.
If you don’t have a fever in the last 24 hours without medication and your health situation allows, you can attend the exam provided that for 10 days following the appearance of your symptoms you:
- Inform them that if they are sick and/or need to isolate:
Professors and department members are not expected to notify those who may have been in contact with a symptomatic or positive case.
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