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Last update: 

September 16 21, 2020, 4:20 p.m.

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Call upon your vigilance your collaboration 

Due to the increase in cases of COVID-19 observed in the Capitale-Nationale region, we call upon the vigilance and collaboration of each and every one of you so that we can continue the activities permitted in the classroom.

Reminder of health instructions
We remind you that the best way to help reduce the risk of contagion in our community is to wear a mask or face shield inside buildings and within 2 metres of other people, in accordance with the directives of the Direction générale de la santé publique du Québec. 
Before coming to the campus
It is very important to do a self-assessment of your health status before leaving home to come to campus. This is your responsibility. Use the COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Questionnaire before coming to campus.

Do not come to campus if your self-assessment indicates that you may pose a risk to the health of others.

If you experience symptoms of COVID-19 on campus
If you think you are developing symptoms of COVID-19, we recommend that you follow the procedure if you experience symptoms.

Work or study areas, common areas and classrooms
Whether for the staff or the student community, we have arranged the spaces in order to respect the instructions of the public health authorities. 

  • You are responsible for the disinfection of your work or study station as well as the shared spaces and equipment made available to you.
  • You must regularly disinfect your space, at least before and after use. Disinfection products will be made available to everyone. 
  • You must disinfect all shared equipment (printers, computers, machines, tools, etc.) after each use. 

While we strongly recommend that teamwork be done in virtual mode, we understand that in some cases this may be more difficult. We remind you, however, that you must respect the rules of physical distance at all times. Make sure to find a work place that will allow you this 2-meter distance between each of you.

We invite you to contact us at if you have any questions.

For everyone's well-being, please respect the rules.

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