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Moncton – As the March reading week winds down, the province of New Brunswick anticipates a move to the less-restrictive Yellow Phase of Recovery starting Monday, March 8, and Crandall University’s COVID-19 Advisory Committee has announced an update to operations for those studying and working in person on campus.
Because the region has been at the Orange Phase or higher since the start of the winter term, the update serves as a reminder to students of what is permitted under Yellow, addressing access to facilities and services, guidance for various in-person gatherings (classes, meetings, chapel, etc.), and updates for Athletics programs.
It also includes some modifications to the operating plan to keep it in line with the latest changes to public health guidelines by the provincial government. Such changes include guidance regarding the “Steady 15” and how it relates to operations and use of spaces, as well as additional guidance regarding mask use in various situations.
Crandall University’s campus remains closed to the general public; visitors are asked to make arrangements in advance with the relevant department(s).
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to monitor their Crandall email for complete details and the most up-to-date information; questions regarding the operation of specific services or facilities may be directed to the relevant departments.
The health and safety of the entire Crandall community remains a top priority in all circumstances, and updates to University operations are designed to meet or exceed the evolving provincial guidelines as well as to provide the best possible educational experience for students.
Questions relating to Crandall University’s COVID-19 operational plan may be directed to email@example.com