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Latest update – 21 January 2022
A government update was issued 19 January 2022 in relation to the lifting of Plan B measures in England. See further detail below and in the updated FAQs for more information about what this currently means for Leeds Trinity.
On Wednesday 19 January the government reviewed the Plan B guidelines and confirmed that all Plan B measures will be lifted from 27 January, but advises that face coverings should still be worn in enclosed or crowded spaces and where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
As we continue to take a cautious approach and protect our community, from 27 January, the University will strongly encourage that face coverings are worn in all indoor spaces on campus and on the shuttle bus, unless exempt.
Wider safety mitigations also remain in place on campus to help protect each other and prevent disruption to the learning experience. These include stringent cleaning regimes, use of ventilation, and the provision of Lateral Flow Devices to support students and staff to participate in twice-weekly testing.
In-person teaching continues to be supported and further enhanced by additional engagement activities and opportunities online and through digital teaching materials. As was the case before the pandemic, the majority of assessments will remain online, with the exception of exams, presentations and a number of media, journalism and sports practicals.
Our approach as a University throughout the pandemic has been to put the health, safety and wellbeing of students, staff and the local community first. With this in mind, all measures will remain under continual review and we will adjust and provide updates as necessary.