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Alerts: Coronavirus

Health and Wellness Guidelines for Summer 2021

Health Guidelines
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Our Health and Wellness Guidelines have been updated for summer 2021. We encourage you to read them in their entirety.

A few highlights and updates include:

  • We are removing limits on outdoor social gatherings. If you intend to plan a large outdoor gathering, please be in touch with the health team to make plans to ensure the health and safety of all.
  • Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to keep physical distance or wear face coverings outdoors.
  • Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to keep a travel quarantine when returning to campus.
  • We have updated our policy on outside guests to Seminary residences.
  • At this time, face coverings are still required in Seminary office buildings when working with others, whether or not you have been vaccinated.

When you have been vaccinated, please submit a copy of your vaccination record to the health team through the vaccination form.

As always, we are deeply grateful for your faithful adherence to our guidelines so we may continue to keep our community safe and well this summer.


Health and Wellness Guidelines for Spring Semester

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Our Health and Wellness Guidelines have been updated for the spring 2021 semester. We encourage you to read them in their entirety. As always, we are deeply grateful for your faithful adherence to our guidelines so we may continue to keep our community safe and well this spring semester.

When you have been vaccinated, please submit a copy of your vaccination record to the health team through the vaccination form. The percentage of our community that is vaccinated with help determine when we are able to open additional facilities across campus.


1/25/2021

The strengthened health and wellness guidelines introduced in December remain in effect. For details, review the guidelines that promote health and safety for our community.


Winter Break Health and Wellness Guidelines

12/14/2020

Health Guidelines
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While implementation of a vaccine for COVID-19 has begun in the United States, public health experts warn that the next several weeks will be a particularly critical time. We already see rapidly rising transmission rates in our region and around the country, which will likely increase with anticipated holiday travel.

We are strengthening our health and wellness guidelines for the Christmas break and January term, in order to promote the health and safety of our community. These guidelines have been made in consultation with CDC advice, New Jersey state guidelines and regulations, and counsel from our local public health officials.


Princeton Seminary Health Guidelines 2020-2021

In this season of COVID-19, we are learning that there are different ways to love our neighbors. Loving our neighbors is what beats at the heart of this document. We desire to keep our community healthy and well as we begin our 2020-2021 academic year. To do this successfully we need every member of the Princeton Theological Seminary community to engage in these health guidelines so that we may create a community of care and wellness.

Health Guidelines
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Our health guidelines have been created after extensive review of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, New Jersey State health guidelines for institutions of higher education, and best practices of sister institutions of higher education. They have been prayerfully and carefully created by a team of students and staff, as well as reviewed by public health experts. They have then been reviewed by other students and staff members. They will be revised as indicated by changes in CDC and New Jersey State guidelines.

In this season, these are our daily liturgical practices of loving our neighbors.

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