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Fall and winter are prime season for flus, COVID, colds and other illnesses. When you take care of your own health, you鈥檙e taking care of everyone else鈥檚 health too.

Staying healthy

  • Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.
  • Masks are welcome in all campus spaces for anyone looking to add extra protection against illness.
  • Flu shots and updated COVID vaccines will be available this fall, and we strongly encourage all members of our Dal community to stay up to date with their shots.

If you鈥檙e sick

  • Stay home if you can.
    • Students should follow course and/or program鈥檚 policy for student illness and missed classes, including the听Student Declaration of Absence听process as applicable.听
    • Employees should consult with your supervisor on appropriate work arrangements if you are experiencing symptoms.
  • If you think you might have COVID, and .

Have questions?


Students: Student Health and Wellness

Faculty and staff:

Provincial health resources for COVID-19:

Campus ventilation
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A continued focus on ventilation and air quality helps prevent the transmission of airborne diseases. Dal鈥檚 Facilities and Environmental Health & Safety teams reviewed ventilation in every learning space (600+), along with research and office spaces across campus, guided by current engineering best practice as well as with COVID-19 guidance from specific ventilation and facilities groups such as ASHRAE and APPA and REHVA. Read more on Dal News.