Effective June 5, 2023 — In light of the expiration of state and federal public health emergencies, the University of Delaware has updated its COVID-19 policies:
- Vaccine, plus boosters, strongly recommended — While in-person participants/attendees are no longer required to provide proof of full vaccination, UD strongly recommends that all students, attendees, visitors and staff remain up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccination as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mask-wearing is optional.
- COVID-19 symptoms or illness — Participants are requested to remain at home if they feel ill, or are experiencing any common COVID-19 symptoms. In accordance with current guidance from the CDC and Delaware Division of Public Health, individuals who test positive for COVID-19 are requested to isolate for five full days, plus wear a mask for five additional days.
- Guidelines subject to change — All in-person participation guidelines are subject to change, and will follow the University of Delaware’s COVID-19 health guidelines in effect at the time of the program’s start date.
- For full details on UD’s updated guidelines, visit UD’s Coronavirus information webpage.