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Purdue to relax mask protocols in classrooms, research spaces starting March 14

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/purdue-to-relax-mask-protocols-in-classrooms-research-spaces-starting-march-14/

With campus COVID-19 cases continuing to decline, effective Monday, March 14, Purdue University will further relax indoor mask requirements, making masks optional in classrooms and research spaces on the West Lafayette campus. Masks will continue to be required in healthcare...

Protect Purdue team welcomes feedback while anticipating further-relaxing mask requirements

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/protect-purdue-team-welcomes-feedback-while-anticipating-further-relaxing-mask-requirements/

As communicated last month, face masks are now optional in most indoor spaces on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus. The latest medical guidance, evidenced by recent decisions and communications from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), indicates that masks are no longer recommended en masse...

Purdue to make masks optional in many indoor spaces

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/purdue-to-make-masks-optional-in-many-indoor-spaces/

Given that campus case numbers are dropping and severity continues to remain low, effective Friday, Feb. 18, Purdue University will make face masks optional on the West Lafayette campus, except for instructional, research and health care settings, as well as...

Ways to obtain N95, KN95 face masks and face shields on campus

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/ways-to-obtain-n95-kn95-face-masks-and-face-shields-on-campus/

As recently communicated, the Protect Purdue Implementation Team indicated that individuals should consider higher-quality masks (N95 or KN95) for enhanced protection against COVID-19.   Campus distribution  N95 masks may be available in dispensers located in high-traffic facilities, such as libraries and dining halls....

Face masks are now optional while actively exercising in Recreation & Wellness facilities

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/face-masks-are-now-optional-while-actively-exercising-in-recreation-wellness-facilities/

Effective Monday (Nov. 1), face masks will be optional for anyone while actively exercising in all Purdue University Recreation & Wellness facilities. The updated policy reflects a continued commitment to follow the latest scientific information to keep the campus healthy,...

Purdue strengthens campus face mask protocols; masks required for all indoors

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/timeline/purdue-strengthens-campus-face-mask-protocols-masks-required-for-all-indoors/

Effective Monday, Aug. 2, face masks will again be required in all indoor spaces for everyone on the Purdue University campus, including students, employees and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.

Purdue strengthens campus face mask protocols; masks required for all indoors

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/purdue-strengthens-campus-face-mask-protocols-masks-required-for-all-indoors/

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Effective Monday, Aug. 2, face masks will again be required in all indoor spaces for everyone on the Purdue University campus, including students, employees and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.  “We have a shared duty, part...

Face mask protocols adjusted for indoor spaces

https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/timeline/face-mask-protocols-adjusted-for-indoor-spaces/

Effective July 1, masks will no longer be required in indoor non-instructional campus spaces — such as research spaces, dining venues, the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center, offices, lobbies and libraries — for those who are fully vaccinated against...

Does the new face masks policy also apply to visitors, including research participants? How should we manage this for visitors?

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B Does the new face masks policy also apply to visitors, including research participants? How should we manage this for visitors?

Yes, face masks are also now optional for visitors to campus who are fully vaccinated, including research participants. You should not ask about these individual’s vaccination status or request proof of vaccination status. Instead, you should inform them of the...