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Volunteers aged 18-30 are set to receive a third Covid-19 vaccine dose through the COV-Boost study, opening at St George's.
St George’s reviews how it operates in response to government guidance.
In updating our advice, our priorities are to provide a safe environment for staff and students and to support their wellbeing.
We continue to have a duty to protect our community from the risks of Covid-19 on our site, which is based inside a hospital.
Alongside, we have an opportunity to rethink St George’s as a place to study and work, responding to feedback received from students and staff.
Covid-19 updates for students on teaching and learning arrangements and working arrangements for staff can be found in our latest communications to staff and students.
St George's staff can also find up to date information, guidance and FAQs on returning to site by visiting our Future Ways of Working page.
We each have a duty to protect ourselves and each other through the pandemic. Read more about the steps which must be taken by all staff and students.
The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff are our top priority and we are taking steps to minimise risks to you when you are on site during the pandemic.
Testing for Covid-19 is essential for breaking the chains of transmission. Find out the latest guidance on asymptomatic testing for staff and students.
Staff can find information on these pages to support them to adapt to new ways of working.
If you or a member of your household have coronavirus symptoms, or a positive test result, it is crucial you notify the university.
Find out the latest guidance on wearing face coverings when you are on site.
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