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Protect the Flock

COVID-19 Health and Safety Resources

This page will be updated as information changes.   

Maintaining the health, safety and wellbeing of the Salisbury University community is our shared responsibility. There’s never been a more important time to look out for your fellow Sea Gulls. Follow the guidelines here to do your part and show you care about our entire community. Protecting the flock starts with following these important guidelines.

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Protecting the flock starts with following these important guidelines.

  • Wear Masks: Required indoors and outdoors around others. 
  • Wash Hands: Soap and water for at least 20 seconds does the trick.
  • Use Sanitizer: Keep a bottle filled. Avoid touching your eyes or face.
  • Physically Distance: Please follow guidance in keeping 3 to 6 feet between you and others whenever possible.
  • Clean and Disinfect: Wipe down personal items. SU is disinfecting high-touch spaces.
  • Stay Home: Self-screen for symptoms and isolate alone if unwell. 
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COVID-19 Safety Signage

Signage is in place to help you navigate campus safely. Here's a sample of what you’ll see around SU. SU provides free downloadable, printable COVID-19 safety signage regarding hand washing, social distancing, unavailable facilities and more for use by the campus and greater communities. Please select a category below for available downloads. If you don't find a sign below to meet your needs or need help printing, please submit a Publications Office work request and their staff will create one for you (design fees are waived for general campus COVID signage).

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Need More Information?

Have questions about positive tests or failed screenings? Looking for the testing dashboard? Visit the COVID-19 Testing webpage.

Looking for policies and procedures, including Campus ID Requirements, Campus Visitors, Daily Screening, Face Mask Policy, Testing and Travel Information? Visit the main COVID-19 website.