Face Coverings Still Required on Campus

June 14, 2021 - 7:26pm

As the State of California prepares to ease restrictions on wearing masks starting June 15, the campus community is reminded that Humboldt State and all workplaces in California are subject to current Cal/OSHA rules. 

Based on Cal/OSHA standards, staff, faculty, and students must still wear face coverings while indoors on campus and outdoors anytime you cannot maintain a 6 foot distance from others—even if you are fully vaccinated. 

While indoors, face coverings are required anytime you are not in your own unshared workspace with a way to manage the entry of others, such as with a closed door. If this is a space someone else may need to enter, such as a lab or other operational space, you must wear it even when no one is present.

Also, anytime you are in common spaces such as hallways, bathrooms, break rooms, foyers, lobbies, etc., you must have your face covering on, even if no one is present. 

Go to campusready.humboldt.edu/guide/face-coverings for details on face coverings.

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