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Stay Safe This Semester
A Conversation on the COVID-19 Vaccine and Campus Repopulation Efforts
Recorded on Friday, January 8, 2021. Sherri-Ann P. Butterfield, Executive Vice Chancellor at Rutgers University-Newark, moderates a conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine and the repopulation of Rutgers with Vicente H. Gracias, M.D., Rutgers Vice President for Health Affairs, and Antonio M. Calcado, Rutgers Executive Vice President for Strategic Planning and Operations and Chief Operating Officer.
Health and Safety Resources
All members of the Rutgers community are encouraged to stay healthy and informed. The university makes health and safety resources available to students, faculty, and staff.
Returning to Rutgers Safely: The Three Ws
Returning to Rutgers safely will require everyone’s cooperation. Follow the three Ws: Wear a mask; Watch your distance; Wash your hands.
Returning To Rutgers Safely: Building Signage
Rutgers buildings are now outfitted with signage reminding people of how to socially distance properly.
New Jersey COVID-19 App
Download New Jersey's COVID Alert NJ exposure notification app. Help protect yourself and your family while ensuring your privacy.
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