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Last Updated: Feb. 9, 2021

Teams across the university have spent months putting safety precautions and protocols in place to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for all of our employees. However, the most important part of promoting a COVID-19 safe environment is you.

Each employee must share in the responsibility of keeping ourselves, our colleagues, and our students healthy. This means completing your online safety training, wearing face coverings at all times on campus, practicing social distancing, responding to the daily symptom check text messages, and participating in our campus COVID-19 testing program.

If you have specific concerns about returning to campus due to health or other reasons, please reach out:

To request ADA accommodations, employees should contact the Office for Campus Accessibility at ADAaccess@tulane.edu. Communications regarding potential ADA accommodations are confidential and will not be shared outside of the Office for Campus Accessibility without the employee’s consent. If your request is not based on your own physical or mental health condition but is based on other factors related to COVID-19 (e.g. childcare concerns, your age alone, or the health of a family member) please contact your HR Business Partner to make a non-ADA job modification request.

As this situation evolves, our policies and plans may be updated. Any changes will be posted on this website and communicated via email.



Requirements to Return

Return to Working Onsite

Individuals should not be returning to onsite work (full-time or part-time) without first getting approval from your supervisor and HR Business Partner. The following items must also be addressed before returning.

Online Training

Prior to returning to onsite work, faculty and staff will be required to complete mandatory online training, which provides an overview of general COVID-19 information; Tulane COVID-19 guidelines and protocols; and the COVID-19 Commitment to Public Health Acknowledgment.

The online training course includes short videos and support resources and is expected to take approximately 60 minutes to complete. As part of the training, faculty and staff must sign the Commitment to Public Health Acknowledgment – an agreement to abide by the university’s guidelines and protocols with respect to COVID-19. At the end of the course, you will receive a certification of completion.

To access training:

  • Log into Gibson Online.
  • Select Canvas under Services on the left-hand side of the screen.
  • Users should see the assigned program COVID-19: Basic Safety & Awareness Course on their dashboard.

For more information, reach out to the Human Resources Learning & Organizational Development team at lodhr@tulane.edu.

Return to Campus Testing

All faculty, staff – even those working remotely – and students are required to complete COVID-19 testing prior to January 19, 2021. Test results from outside providers will not be accepted. Additionally, all faculty and staff will be required to participate in ongoing surveillance testing according to the posted frequency requirements.

To schedule testing:
All employees should have received a scheduling email from no-reply@lablynx.com on Dec. 18, 2020, containing a personal QR code and instructions to schedule return testing. Please schedule testing as soon as possible.

If you do not receive an email, please email CHTestResults@tulane.edu.

When scheduling testing, employees have the option of selecting one of the on-campus testing locations:

  • Uptown Testing Center: Paterson Hall
  • Downtown Testing Center: Next to Tulane Hospital’s LaSalle Garage exit, located at 226 South Villere Street

Please note that the Phelps testing location is for students only. Testing centers may be added or removed depending on need, but the open testing centers will always be listed in the portal when you schedule testing.

Test results will be processed by the Tulane School of Medicine Molecular Pathology Laboratory. We expect results to be returned within 24-36 hours. You will receive an email and/or phone call with your results. Results can also be accessed via the Tulane Patient Portal.

If you test positive, Tulane contact tracers will contact you with instructions on isolation and to identify your close contacts. Tulane contact tracers will contact your close contacts who are Tulane affiliates (non-affiliates will be contacted by the Louisiana Department of Health) as well as determine what areas on our campuses may need to be disinfected. Compliance with contact tracers is mandatory.

This testing program is for asymptomatic individuals (people without symptoms of COVID-19). If you are feeling ill or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please contact the Tulane Living Well Clinic at (504) 988-4325 and your healthcare provider for evaluation.

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Workspace Preparation

The following protocols and exposure controls have been put in place by departments and building administrators in partnership with Campus Services, the Office of Emergency Preparedness & Response, and the Office of Environmental Health & Safety.

In all campus buildings, the following controls have been implemented:

  • Sanitizing Stations: Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout all buildings, including elevator lobbies and entrances/exits
  • Entrances/Exits: Where possible, and at the discretion of the building manager, entrances and exits have been adjusted to allow for directional flow in and out of buildings, classrooms and conference rooms – except in case of emergency
  • Stairs: Where possible, and at the discretion of the building manager, staircases may be designated for one-way traffic (up or down) – except in case of emergency
  • Elevators: Occupancy has been limited in campus elevators. Signs have been posted indicating maximum occupancy, and floor decals have been placed to indicate where people should stand within elevators. Limit use of elevators as you are able to avoid close proximity in a confined space
  • Water Fountains: Water fountains should not be used, and signage has been posted. Water bottle filling stations are still available for use
  • If the signs mentioned above are missing in your workspace, please contact your department administrator

In offices & shared workspaces, the following additional controls have been implemented:

  • Cleaning Supplies: Sanitizing wipes or paper towels and sanitizing spray have been provided so that individuals may clean shared equipment and workspaces after each use. Fast-drying alcohol wipes designed for safe use on technology is available through Materials Management
  • Furniture: Furniture has been reconfigured or removed to allow for social distancing. Cloth seating has either been removed or will be disinfected daily with Benefect by department staff. Where necessary, furniture has been marked with “Do Not Sit” signage
  • Occupancy: Occupancy in communal settings has been limited. Signs have been posted that clearly identify the maximum number of people allowed in a space to maintain effective social distancing requirements
  • Barriers: Plexiglass partitions have been installed in locations where there is face-to-face contact, including front desks, between workstations, and in front of teaching podiums in classrooms. Where plexiglass cannot be installed, a barrier such as a bookshelf, filing cabinet, cubicle wall, etc. can be placed between workspaces
  • Shared Office/Breakroom Equipment: Shared equipment that cannot be easily sanitized (breakroom refrigerators, microwaves, coffee pots, etc.) may have been removed or taken offline. If appliances have not been removed, sanitization before and after use is required
  • Food/Condiments: Food items and condiments may not be shared. All personal food must be wrapped (in a food container and the food container should be in a bag), labeled and disposed of properly daily.

In research and clinical laboratories, specific protocols and controls have been implemented.

In restrooms, the following additional controls have been implemented:

  • Occupancy: Where necessary, signs have been posted taking stalls, sinks and urinals offline to promote proper social distancing between users.
  • Air Dryers: Air dryers should not be used – signage has been posted.
Cleaning Protocols

In consultation with a third-party industrial hygienist, Tulane has implemented increased cleaning protocols across all campuses. All buildings have undergone sanitization in accordance with the established protocols. These protocols include the disinfection of porous and non-porous surfaces and materials and the removal of items that were not able to be cleaned.

Custodians are cleaning offices and workspaces, classrooms and public spaces utilizing the established protocols, including more frequent cleanings of high-touch surfaces and high-use spaces using approved sanitizers and cleaning agents. Post-cleaning verification checks are performed periodically by Tulane’s Office of Environmental Health & Safety to ensure that spaces are being properly sanitized.

To provide faculty, staff and students with added opportunities for sanitization upon entering and exiting buildings or after interactions with others, stations have been placed in all elevator lobbies and building entrances. Disinfecting wipes are available in classrooms and departmental common areas to wipe common and frequently touched surfaces.

Employees are responsible for daily cleaning of their workspaces, including:

  • Personal workspaces/offices
  • High-contact surfaces before and after any in-person meetings
  • Any shared equipment (desks, computers, keyboards, touch screens, phones, remote controls, copy machines, etc.) before and after use with an approved technology cleaner from Materials Management

Employees who work at a station with a plexiglass barrier are also responsible for cleaning the barrier daily. To clean the plexiglass barrier, follow these instructions:

  1. Wipe the acrylic to clear surface of dust or debris.
  2. Wipe down acrylic with an approved disinfectant like FLEXwipes or comparable product from Materials Management. Be sure to follow all directions specific to that cleaner. Some require prolonged contact with the surface.
  3. Spray acrylic with a cleaning product like Novus, which can be acquired through Materials Management.
  4. Use a microfiber cloth to polish the acrylic.

Signage has been placed throughout our campuses to promote occupancy limits, social distancing and proper hygiene practices. Please follow all directional and instructional signs.

  • Occupancy numbers for classrooms, common rooms, breakrooms
  • Decals in restrooms indicating that a stall, sink or urinal should not be used
  • Signs stating that water fountains, hand dryers, shared appliances, etc. should not be used
  • Decals on classroom and conference room floors indicating where chairs/tables should be placed
  • Decals on floors indicating where people should stand or sit within offices, hallways, waiting areas, etc.
  • Decals on tables, chairs or other furniture stating that it should not be used
  • Reminders of social distancing, hand washing, daily COVID-19 self-checks, etc.
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Protocols

The following protocols are being followed on all campuses:

  • Clean all outside air fresh-air intake units
  •  Clean all coils, vents, plenum, drains, replacing filters and checking individual unit operation
  • Open air handling units to widen air dampers to maximize outside air delivery to all air handlers on campus
  • Higher volumes of outdoor air being introduced into the buildings
  • Command all exhaust air fans including kitchen hoods in order to maintain steady state of exhaust air circulation being recirculated in all buildings that have exhaust fans
  • Replace UV lights in air handlers that have UV lighting to assure that these units are performing at maximum efficiency
  • Upgrade filters to MERV 11 or MERV13 (where possible) to increase filter efficiency.
  • Increase filter replacement frequency to monthly

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Personal Safety Practices

At Tulane, we’re stronger when we work together. Let’s all continue to do our part to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Mask Up

All faculty, staff, students and visitors are required to wear cloth face coverings or disposable masks. Face coverings must be worn in the presence of others, whether inside or outside (residence halls, classrooms, shared workspaces, conference rooms, quads, etc.), except when alone in private offices with the door closed. If you are alone in a private office and the door is open you must keep your face covering on.

  • Appropriate face coverings include fabric masks that have two or more layers of washable and breathable fabric, disposable surgical/procedure masks, neck gaiters with two layers or folded into two layers, or other face coverings as defined by the CDC. The CDC currently does not recommend the use of face shields, masks with exhalation valves or vents, single-layer neck gaiters, bandanas, scarves, ski masks, or balaclavas.
  • Face coverings should be appropriately worn to cover the nose and mouth. They should fit snugly against the face so there are no gaps, and cloth masks should be secured so that they do not slip.
  • Keep your face covering or mask clean. Washable face coverings should be washed daily with soap and the hottest water possible, and disposable masks should be replaced daily.
  • Do not share face coverings.
  • Face coverings should be worn in combination with social distancing.
Maintain 6 Feet

Everyone is responsible for maintaining social distancing. This means keeping a minimum of 6 feet between yourself and other people who are not from your household.

  • Physical distancing means maintaining at least 6 of feet distance (about 2 arms’ length) from other people, not Social in groups, and keeping out of crowded places and mass gatherings.
  • Note that the term “physical distancing” means the same thing as the widely used term “social distancing.”
  • During classes and meetings, social distancing of at least 6 feet of distance must be maintained.
  • Handshakes, fist bumps, elbow bumps, or other forms of contact should not occur when students, faculty, and staff greet each other.
Follow Event Protocol

Where possible, use available conferencing tools to avoid in-person meetings and limit interpersonal exposure. In-person events and meetings must be limited to the posted occupancy of the room. University gathering sizes may be more restrictive than the current City of New Orleans or State of Louisiana gathering size limits.

Clean Up

Everyone is personally responsible for proper hygiene practices to assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19. This includes very basic steps such as:

  • Frequently wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol when hand washing is not possible. Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout all campus buildings.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes and throw away used tissues and immediately wash or sanitize hands.
  • Avoid contact within 6 feet of others and with high-touch surfaces.
  • Do not share objects such as books, writing utensils, electronics, or other items.
Daily COVID-19 Self Check

All employees must complete a daily symptom self-screening following the checklist below. You will be prompted daily by text message to complete a web-based check. When the university is in Code Orange alert level or higher, the daily COVID-19 self- check text message will be sent twice daily.

  1. Have you recently been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19?
  2. Do you have a fever of 100.4°F or above?
  3. Do you have a cough?
  4. Do you have difficulty breathing?
  5. Do you have a sore throat?
  6. Do you have muscle aches or body aches?
  7. Are you experiencing vomiting or diarrhea?
  8. Are you experiences a new loss of taste or smell?

If you answer NO to all of the above questions:

Based on your responses, please continue to daily self-monitor, maintain a minimum physical distance of 6 feet, wear a face covering, and practice good hand hygiene. If you develop symptoms, you can use this tool again, contact the Tulane Living Well clinic at 504-988-4325 or contact your healthcare provider.

If you answer YES to any of the above questions:

Based on your self-reported symptoms, you should not come to campus. Contact your healthcare provider or the Tulane Living Well Clinic for further evaluation. Please call the Tulane Living Well Clinic at 504-988-4325. It is your responsibility to follow up based on your results. Please help keep our community healthy.

Ongoing Surveillance Testing

Tulane’s comprehensive COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program requires periodic testing for all students, faculty, staff, and contract workers. This testing program is for asymptomatic people (those without symptoms of COVID-19). If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, contact the Tulane Living Well Clinic at 504-988-4325.

  • Users will receive an email from no-reply@lablynx.com containing a personal QR code and instructions to schedule testing. Please schedule testing as soon as possible.
  • When scheduling testing, employees have the option of selecting either the Uptown or Downtown campus testing center.

Please note that the Phelps testing location is for students only. Testing centers may be added or removed depending on need, but the open testing centers will always be listed in the portal when you schedule testing.

Test results will be processed by the Tulane School of Medicine laboratory. We expect results to be returned within 24-36 hours. You will receive an email and/or phone call with your results. If you test positive for COVID-19, Campus Health will help you determine whether to isolate/quarantine at home. Tulane contact tracers will also contact you to determine any close contacts that may need to be notified and determine what areas on campus may need to be disinfected. Please do not take actions (e.g. cancel classes, send entire groups of people home) that impact a wide array of people. Tulane contact tracers will advise Human Resources regarding necessary actions. For more information, visit tulane.edu/covid-19/testing-tracing or email CHTestResults@tulane.edu.

Close Contact Reporting

If you believe you have been in close contact with someone who tested positive with COVID-19, complete the COVID-19 Reporting Form and someone will contact you with next steps. DO NOT go to a Tulane testing center, instead contact the Living Well Clinic or your healthcare provider. Please note, a close contact is someone who spent a cumulative total of at least 15 minutes within a 24-hour period, closer than 6 feet, with someone who tested positive.

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Campus Operations

As we navigate the changing conditions of how we operate based on federal, state, and local guidance, please know that some of our restrictions may change.

Accommodations/Workplace Modifications

The university has implemented a process to address employee concerns about return to campus due to health or other reasons. Faculty and staff should contact the Office for Campus Accessibility at ADAaccess@tulane.edu to request ADA accommodations. Communications regarding potential ADA accommodations are confidential and will not be shared outside of the Office for Campus Accessibility without the employee’s consent. If your request is not based on your own physical or mental health condition but is based on other factors related to COVID-19 (e.g. childcare concerns, your age alone, or the health of a family member) please contact your HR Business Partner to make a non-ADA job modification request.


Dining locations on all campuses are operational and ready to serve returning faculty, staff, and students. Signage has been installed at all dining locations to indicate capacity, entrance and exit flow, and social distancing while queuing. Plexiglass barriers have been installed to protect staff and guests, and self-serve dining has been suspended. All dining locations are closed to non-Tulane affiliates and the general public.

Face coverings are required in all dining locations and may only be removed when eating or drinking.

All Sodexo employees are tested for COVID-19 according to university policy and have undergone extensive health and safety training. For more information on COVID-19 protocols or to see the most up-to-date hours for Dining Services and PJ’s Coffee locations, visit diningservices.tulane.edu.

When holding events, no self-serve food or buffets will be permitted, and all food must be individually pre- packaged. If a meeting or event is held on campus, it must comply with university catering guidelines.

Information Technology

In partnership with Tulane leadership, Information Technology has technologically enhanced over 180 classrooms and expanded software offerings to meet the needs of our students, faculty, and staff. The 2020 Campus Reopening Guide, which includes information for faculty and staff, may be viewed here.

Mail Services

Downtown Mail Services:

  • Hours have been adjusted to 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Most downtown mail operations are unchanged.

Uptown Mail Services:

  • Mail/package pick-up and drop-off is open from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. If you want something to be mailed the same day, please drop off by 3:00 p.m.
  • Departments with large outgoing jobs may email mailbox@tulane.edu for pick-up.
  • A new satellite mailbox has been installed in Gibson Hall on the lower level near the vending machine. Anyone may drop mail off in the box, and select departments on the Academic Quad will be able to pick up their mail and small packages from this unit.
  • Departments or employees with any questions may email mailbox@tulane.edu for more information.

Reily Recreation Center is currently limiting membership and access to Tulane affiliates only. All patrons are required to make a reservation in order to enter the facility using their new reservation system. The facility closes from 2- 4 p.m. daily for deep cleaning. For more information, including the updated Member Code of Conduct, visit campusrecreation.tulane.edu.

Service Wave/Facilities Services Requests

As Facilities Services responds to requests for service during this time, technicians will follow all social distancing and face covering policies as defined by the university. All facilities requests can still be submitted through Service Wave at servicewave.tulane.edu.

Shuttles & Transportation

All riders in Tulane vehicles are required to wear masks and maintain 6 feet social distance between other riders not in their immediate family or cohort. Seating capacity in all vehicles has been reduced. Vehicles are cleaned and sanitized throughout the day by Shuttles & Transportation staff using approved cleaning and disinfecting agents. In addition, all vehicles have been equipped with hand sanitizer dispensers and HEPA filters. Where applicable, plexiglass shields have been installed.

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Visitors, Vendors & Contractors

Tulane University deeply values its neighbors, community partners, and visitors who make our campus community so vibrant. However, as part of our comprehensive efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 at Tulane, throughout the City of New Orleans and beyond, we have made the difficult decision to limit the presence of visitors on campus, and to impose certain heightened expectations of visitors who are permitted on campus, until further notice as follows:

Visiting Research Participants

All in-person visits by participants in research studies must be conducted in accordance with the university’s standard operating procedures (SOPs), including visits by scheduled appointments only and adherence to the university’s screening process upon arrival. All requests for hosting a visiting researcher will be submitted via a written request to either the Office of Research or the Provost’s Office.

Visiting Researchers

All visiting scientists will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival and should follow all other COVID-19 SOPs throughout their visit to any Tulane University campus. For additional COVID-19 information and resources, please visit the Office of Research.

Prospective Undergraduate Students

The Office of Undergraduate Admission will host a limited number of visitors on campus in a very limited capacity. All visitors will be required to complete a COVID-19 symptoms check, get their temperature taken, and wear face coverings. Tours will not enter campus buildings and will gather in a temporary tent erected behind Gibson Hall.

Prospective Graduate & Professional Students

Graduate and professional student recruitment activities and interviews must be conducted remotely via video or teleconferencing tools such as Zoom. Any requests for an exception to this policy must be endorsed by the relevant dean and submitted to the Associate Provost for Graduate Studies and Research for review. All campus visits must be consistent with the university’s travel policy, which defines permissible travel to or from New Orleans for official Tulane business, and all in-person activities must be conducted consistent with the university’s COVID-19 protocols, including limits on the size of gatherings.

Faculty and Staff Recruitment

Interviewing of candidates for approved faculty and staff positions should be conducted remotely using teleconferencing tools. In-person interviews should be extended only to a small number of finalists. All in-person interviews require the approval of the Provost for faculty or the Chief Operating Officer for staff. All campus visits must be consistent with the university’s travel policy, which defines permissible travel to or from New Orleans for official Tulane business, and all in-person activities must be conducted consistent with the university’s COVID-19 protocols. Meals with candidates should be held on campus. Hiring managers and search committees are encouraged to use the same format for all candidates at each stage of a hiring process so no candidate is disadvantaged.

Non-degree/Auditing University Students

Students enrolled in Tulane University courses (whether for credit or auditing) are permitted to come to campus. They are required to complete specific COVID-19 training, the appropriate acknowledgment form, and to comply with the university’s COVID-19 protocols.

Non-Tulane Interns & Observers

Non-Tulane student interns or observers are not permitted on campus until further notice; student interns or observers who can participate solely in a remote format are permitted.

Non-Tulane Speakers or Performers

Events (conferences, seminars, concerts, etc.) featuring invited speakers or performers should be canceled, postponed, or conducted remotely (live-streamed or asynchronously).

Public Officials & Other High-Profile Individuals

Units sponsoring visits by individuals seeking to meet with university officials should contact the Office of Government and Community Relations or the President’s Office to discuss arrangements. Such visits must be approved by the relevant senior administrator or the President and must comply with university COVID-19 protocols.

Safety Inspectors & Other Government Regulatory or Enforcement Agencies

To the extent possible, individuals seeking to come to campus to meet with university officials should contact the Office of the General Counsel in advance to ensure appropriate safety guidance is provided.

Suppliers, Contractors, & Vendors

These persons must submit the Visitor Acknowledgment Form, which can be found online at tulane.edu/covid-19/visitor-policy-fall-2020, prior to being granted permission to be on campus, and must comply with university COVID-19 protocols while on campus.

Student & Post-Grad Recruiters & Employers

All recruiting events sponsored by university departments will be conducted virtually until further notice. Any exceptions will require pre-approval by the respective dean or senior officer and adherence to all COVID-19 protocols.

Family Members (including minor children) of Students, Faculty, & Staff

To limit the number of people present in campus buildings, these individuals are not permitted in campus buildings until further notice. Non-compliance should be reported to your HR Business Partner.

Athletic Competitions

Attendance at these events will be addressed separately. The Athletics Department will abide by the guidelines in this policy for all other visitors.

Consistent with the above
  • Downtown campus buildings are accessible by Splash Card only.
  • Uptown campus buildings are not open to the general public; administrative and lab buildings’ exterior doors will be locked after 11 p.m. nightly. Access to classroom buildings will be limited outside of hours when classes are held. Tulane students, faculty, and staff and postdoctoral fellows will have access to buildings using their Splash Card (Tulane ID).
  • Residential dining facilities (including Green Wave Grille, the Commons, and the temporary Dining Pavilion) are restricted to those with an active Tulane University dining plan or those with a valid/active Splash Card (Tulane ID).
  • Spaces such as Howard-Tilton Memorial Library and all associated libraries (including Rudolph Matas Library, Jones Hall Archives, Tulane School of Architecture Library), and the Newcomb Art Museum are closed to the public until further notice. Information about remote events and resources can be found on the websites associated with these buildings and centers.
Exceptions to Visitor Policy

Exceptions to the limits described above may be granted by the appropriate dean or senior vice president. Any exception should be sought as far as possible in advance, and in all cases at least a week in advance. Where an exception is sought, the requester should provide a compelling rationale (e.g., why the goals of the visit cannot be attained virtually or at another time) and the proposed itinerary for the visit, including any group meetings. The university will not pay for, or reimburse expenses for, visits that are not approved in advance. Deans or senior vice presidents will approve exceptions based on an assessment of: (1) the need for the requested visit now instead of at some later time; (2) the immediate importance of the requested visit to the university’s core mission of teaching and research; (3) the potential long-term consequences to the university of not hosting the requested visit now; and (4) ability to comply with all applicable university COVID-19 policies, procedures and protocols.

For more information about the visitor policy click here.

Expectations for All Approved/Permitted Visitors

Where an exception has been granted consistent with the above, Tulane University personnel are responsible for informing their visitors about Tulane’s COVID-19 protocols and supporting their full compliance with those protocols. Visitors must complete a Visitor Acknowledgment Form at least a week in advance of their arrival on campus and the form will be distributed to the visitor, collected and held by their Tulane sponsor.

Any visitor arriving from an international location must follow state department guidelines. Anyone who visited the Tulane campus and tests positive for COVID-19, or is established to be a close contact to a COVID-19 positive person, within 14 days of such visit is expected to notify their Tulane sponsor (and must participate in contact tracing, as appropriate) so that the university can take the necessary mitigation actions. Visitors who fail to comply with Tulane’s COVID-19 protocols (including but not limited to expectations regarding face masks/coverings and social distancing and gathering protocols) may be asked to leave campus.

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Links & Resources

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