We want to update you on our efforts to support the well-being of the U of T community and increased activities on all three campuses.
In light of the recent provincial trends, the University will continue its requirement to wear masks in certain settings until June 30, 2022, in accordance with the Joint Provostial and Human Resources Guideline on Face Masks.
Masks will continue to be required in classrooms and in indoor spaces where physical distancing cannot be maintained. The University continues to recommend the use of medical-grade masks where possible.
In addition, individuals in specific circumstances may continue to be required to wear masks in all settings, subject to changes in provincial or federal requirements, such as those who have been recently exposed to COVID-19 or to someone with symptoms.
Even in settings where masks may not be required because physical distancing can be maintained, we ask everyone to always respect the decisions of others, their comfort levels, and health needs. It is vitally important that, even with the easing of provincial measures, we remain vigilant, conscientious, and show kindness to one another.
As of May 1, 2022, health screening and contact tracing will become unavailable in UCheck.
These features may be reinstated with little notice in the event that public health guidance or recommendations change.
The proof of vaccination module will continue to be available and can be used to:
- Upload proof of vaccination (required for new employees)
- Voluntarily upload proof of booster (additional) doses for all students, faculty, librarians, and staff
While health screening through UCheck is unavailable, individuals can monitor their health using the Provincial health screening tool. Completing a health screening before coming to campus is highly recommended, and we continue to ask members of our community to remain at home if they are ill.
We are grateful to all members of the U of T community as they continue to uphold the principles of cooperation, collegiality, and compassion that characterize our campuses.
For additional support and resources, please see the Utogether site.