University of Hartford Covid-19 Policies
Effective: December 5, 2021*
- Everyone needs to be vaccinated that can be- All attendees who can be vaccinated as of July 1, 2022 will need to be fully vaccinated, which we anticipate will include boosters as well; exemptions will not be granted. Attendees must be prepared to show proof of vaccination while on campus grounds.
- You must upload proof- You will upload your identification, negative PCR tests (for those who cannot be vaccinated), and vaccination cards to our Summer Institute registration platform. Anyone who has not uploaded the required documentation by July 1 will not be granted access to the Summer Institute at the University of Hartford. Acceptable forms of ID for those old enough are a driver’s license, passport or government issued ID.
- Negative PCR test for those ages 5 and under- Attendees under age 5 (because they cannot be vaccinated as of 12 5 21) have to provide proof a negative PCR test that was taken within 72 hours of arrival, if not yet allowed to be vaccinated. The PCR test must be taken at a health services establishment that offers it. Negative antigen tests (or at home tests) will not be accepted. A picture of the negative test result can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Masks will be required for all indoor spaces– No exceptions. There are plexiglass barriers for your individual use available upon entering the dining hall. Please wear masks unless you are seated and eating. There will be options to casually eat outdoors, first come, first serve. Details to be provided.
- LIVESAFE wellness app (link will be provided at registration)- will be required to download by each smartphone-carrying attendee. The health survey must be taken daily on the app. For those who don’t have a smartphone, we will have printed forms. For those who leave campus during Shabbat, you will have to fill a paper form out at the gate to re-enter. This is based on the honor system, but is enforced at the front gate of campus.
- Protocol– We must hold each other responsible for wearing facial coverings on site. Any shared space in the dorms with family or roommates does not require a mask, but travel to the restrooms in a shared dorm does require a mask. Penalty for not wearing a facial mask will be the first incident: verbal warning and second incident: up to and including being asked to leave campus.
*Please note that these terms are subject to change depending on University of Hartford’s discretion.
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