Facility closures, limited campus activity, travel prohibitions continue

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Facility closures, limited campus activity, travel prohibitions continue

As announced by Chancellor Ronnie Green in a May 1 message, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is continuing to observe facility closures through at least May 31, limiting campus activity and extending travel prohibitions.

Under the extended guidance, university buildings are closed with access limited to only designated personnel.

“As June 1 approaches, we will communicate further about the approach our university will be taking,” Green said. “And always, we will be guided by local health conditions and will adjust accordingly if more restrictions are necessary.”

Unless designated to be on campus, all faculty and staff will continue to work remotely through May 31. Between May 11 and June 1, additional employees (particularly those involved with research and creative activity) can be designated for access. Employee requests for building access must be submitted to supervisors and approved by the appropriate vice chancellor.

A ban on university-sponsored international and domestic travel has been extended to June 30. Travel within the state continues, but must be approved by a supervisor.

Read the chancellor’s entire message. The university also offers a COVID-19 website that is providing updates on how the global pandemic is impacting campus.

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