In this period of seemingly constant change, communication is more important than ever.
We get it though, the information influx a pandemic brings can feel a bit overwhelming! So let us break it down for you, one day at a time.
When you return to campus, the Concordia community is asked to take daily action on the steps below to ensure the health and safety of those on campus and beyond.
“We all want to be global citizens, caring for those around us and ourselves by diminishing the spread,” says Campus Dean of Students Rev. John Rathje.
Start every morning with your daily symptom tracker (online screening)
Wear a mask indoors and outdoors when you’re within 6 feet of others for prolonged periods
Wash, sanitize, and disinfect often
Hands, desk, work, and living spaces—keep them germ-free!
Avoid touching your face (Or anyone else’s face for that matter!)
Keep your personal distance
Stay 6 feet apart whenever possible
Stay at home or in your res hall room. If you’re a student-athlete, contact covidAT@cuaa.edu. If you are not a student-athlete, contact covidNurse@cuaa.edu. Employees should report to their direct supervisor.
Need an easy reminder? Click here or on the images below to download your take-and-go copy of the Daily Checklist.
— This story is written by Kali Thiel, director of university communications for Concordia University Ann Arbor and Wisconsin. She may be reached at email@example.com or 262-243-2149.
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