Info-Campus 2022

Updated September 16, 2022

Please note that access to the campus is prohibited for people who find themselves in one of the following situations:

  • Anyone who has fever and who must isolate himself or herself;
  • Anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and who must remain in isolation.

Consult the government guidelines issued for each of these situations.

Wearing a mask is not required, except*:

  • For the first few days after isolation when you have had COVID-19 (usually 5 days);
  • For 10 days if you live with someone who has COVID-19.

However, it is still recommended:

  • If you have a respiratory disease or are immunocompromised;
  • If you are in the presence of vulnerable or immunocompromised people;
  • When it is difficult to maintain distance from others.

Community members are asked to respect those who wish to continue to wear masks as an effective way to protect themselves from COVID-19.

*Masks must still be worn in public transportation and health care facilities.

Distancing measures are no longer mandatory.

The following measures continue to apply in all campus buildings:

  • Exclusion of people who show symptoms.
  • Hand hygiene (in French).
  • Respiratory etiquette.
  • Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces such as washrooms and eating areas.
  • Regular cleaning of frequently touched surfaces.

Consult the Specific guidelines in higher education.

First, determine if you need to isolate yourself:

If you must isolate yourself:

  • Students: you must notify your professors in order to make arrangements for your classes;
  • Staff members: you must notify your immediate manager.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19:

  • As requested by the Public Health, it is no longer required for students and staff to report a positive test via email. However it is important:
    • to notify your supervisor or teacher of your health condition;
    • to inform those with whom you have been in contact within 48 hours prior to the onset of symptoms.