The daily survey, or certificate, is a reminder that it is important to assess the symptoms of COVID-19 before going to campus every day. Second, we are invited by the Governor`s Office as part of our campus plan to demonstrate a culture of respect for strong public health principles (including the absence of others if you are ill). Survey rates are one way to assess compliance. UMW will adapt the academic calendar by delivering classes on work day, interrupting the fall break and turning to distance learning after Thanksgiving to complete the term. November 20, 2020 will be the last day of the on-campus lesson for the fall semester. The last week of the course includes distance learning (November 30 to December 4, 2020) and the exam week will take place from December 7 to 11, 2020. We assume that such a measure will reduce the risk of the virus spreading by reducing the safety of travel and will be consistent with the planning for the expected increase in COVID 19 cases scheduled for the fall. All students should limit their contact and exposure, start a daily symptom report and limit travel and contact in a pragmatic manner, which will reduce exposure for 14 days prior to their first day on a UMW campus. No no. You don`t need to test if you`re not on campus. The collected data will be safely transmitted through the COVID-19 health assessment tool to a campus server that provides a HIPAA-compliant data analysis infrastructure. After the data has been anonymized and moved to aggregated results tables in Microsoft Power BI, it is destroyed. During this semester, there will be no assemblies of more than 10 people on or off campus.
This is strictly enforced, with consequences that may include suspension and expulsion. From an organization, team and/or individual, whether planned or spontaneous, indoors or outdoors, individual events do not exceed 10 people, and all participants must follow MMDC guidelines, including wearing masks and physical distance of at least 6 feet from each other. Corporate meetings and parties pose a significant risk, accelerating the spread of COVID-19 and threatening the health and safety of our entire community. This directive does not apply to classes with spatial capacity to support social destabilization and no more than 30 people. Isolation: If a community member has a positive COVID-19 test, it is necessary to document the isolation of the home for at least 14 days before returning to campus. All Marshall family members and staff must report a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 to their immediate family within 24 hours and as soon as possible. Response to confirmed cases: If a case of COVID-19 has been confirmed within the Marshall community and the community member was on campus, Marshall will coordinate the appropriate response and be in contact with public and local health officials from the Minnesota Department of Health and the St. Louis County Department of Health. Yes, yes.
We want everyone to get used to completing the survey every day. You never know if you end up stopping on campus or if they are called. The university is implementing a revised academic plan that offers a mix of personal classes, online courses and hybrid attitudes.