Information about Covid-19, self-isolation, and looking after your health.
Wellbeing resources for our students and staff community are signposted, notably for those experiencing bereavement.
Face coverings must be worn at all times in University buildings, even when seated and 2m apart. Safe wearing of face coverings requires washing hands before and after touching them - including to remove or put them on - and the safe storage of them in individual, sealable plastic bags between use. Where a face covering becomes damp, it should not be worn and should be replaced carefully.
Those who are considered clinically extremely vulnerable are encouraged to stay at home as much as possible but are encouraged to go outside for exercise. Click here for the full government guidance.
Anyone with COVID symptoms, a positive test result or identified as a close contact by NHS Test & Trace must self-isolate. Anyone who lives with someone with symptoms or a positive test result must also self-isolate under the government household isolation requirements, for:
However, if someone has been told to self-isolate by the NHS Test and Trace service, the rest of their household does not need to self-isolate unless any member of their household develops COVID-19 symptoms.
Last reviewed 14 December.
We want to assure you that our priority is to provide you with the highest quality education while protecting your health and safety following guidance from the Government and Public Health England.
Do you have symptoms of COVID-19, have to self-isolate due to someone in your household experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or you have tested positive for COVID-19?
We are offering asymptomatic testing for students and staff in Canterbury and for students in Medway
To help keep everyone safe, we’ve launched a Locator app to help support the NHS Test & Trace Service.