As you settle into school and the Boulder community, we want to let you know about public health orders in place. It is critical to follow this guidance, which is based on data and science, to slow the spread of this disease.
➡️Avoid large gatherings. Gatherings should be limited to no more than 10 people from different residences.
➡️Wear a face covering. Face coverings are required at all times in public indoor space and outdoors when less than 6 feet from another person.
➡️Stay 6 feet apart. Practice physical distancing whenever in public by staying at least 6 feet away from others.
➡️Support Local Businesses. Businesses have further restrictions in place. Please support local businesses by following their signage directions.
Your actions make a difference. Together we can protect our herd and our broader community. Abiding by these campus, county and state public health protocols and laws will help us keep the community safe, and allow the university to continue operations. colorado.edu/protect-our-herd
We will continue to support you as we work toward a healthy, safe and enjoyable semester.
Boulder County Public Health Executive Director
Campus to kick off series of weekly COVID-19 updates beginning Sept. 29
CU Boulder will kick off a series of weekly COVID-19 updates for students, faculty, staff and parents or guardians that will occur each Tuesday via Zoom starting today.
More information ➡ https://bit.ly/2GmGA7b
CU Boulder will hold a series of weekly COVID-19 updates for students, faculty, staff and parents or guardians each Tuesday through the fall semester. The first of these sessions will take place on Sept. 29.
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