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Coronavirus (Covid-19): advice and updates

The Government has removed all remaining Covid-19 restrictions.  

The RCM’s priority is to ensure that Covid is kept away from campus as much as possible. 

The content below reflects operational changes brought into effect on 15 March 2020.

This page was last updated on 21 April 2022 and will be updated again in the event of further changes.

Please check your email, Asimut and Learn.rcm regularly for specific updates relevant to you and your work.

What should I do if I have Covid-19 symptoms or cold/flu symptoms?

Do not come to College if you have cold and flu symptoms or feel generally unwell. 

Although routine testing has now finished, if you do test positive, do not attend College until you feel well or at least five days have passed if you are asymptomatic. Make sure you tell your close contacts and staff who are organising activities you can no longer attend.

Do I have to wear a mask on campus?

The government no longer requires masks to be worn, but we encourage you to have a mask available. 

If you prefer those around you to wear a mask, please ask them to do so. We expect everyone to respect each other's individual preferences around mask wearing. 

If you are in close contact with people you wouldn't normally mix with, you should consider wearing a mask.

As a member of staff, will I be working from College or at home?

In-person meetings, have now resumed according to the hybrd pattern established in the autumn.

Hybrid working is the 'new normal' for many roles at the College and is proving a success. Further information about Hybrid Working at the RCM is available on Sharepoint.

Should you have any further questions, the following contacts are available to you: