Latest information and guidance on Covid-19
We continue to follow Scottish Government and Public Health Scotland guidance to ensure a safe campus for our staff, students and visitors. We will continue to review the guidance and respond to any changes accordingly.
Following 'Covid sense' on campus
All Covid-19 rules and restrictions have been lifted in Scotland, but the virus has not gone away. Please follow Scottish Government 'Covid sense' guidance to help protect yourself and others.
Your health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority and we will continue to work to ensure our campuses are safe for you to work and study.
- Although social distancing is no longer a requirement, we continue to encourage it where possible.
- Face coverings are no longer legally required in indoor spaces including all our university premises; however the Scottish Government strongly recommends that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces.
- Follow the Scottish Government's guidance on good hygiene principles, wash your hands frequently. Sanitise your hands upon arrival and exit.
- Stay at home if you are unwell with symptoms or have a fever.
While some of these measures will make life on campus feel more normal, we are continuing to exercise caution to help keep our communities safe from the spread of Covid-19.
Please play your part in making our society safer by arranging to be vaccinated and boosted. You can find out how to get vaccinated on our How To Get Vaccinated page on My Napier.