The UK government has announced that all students on practical courses can return to campus from 8 March. This means that all RCM students who are able to return can do so from 8 March and face-to-face teaching will resume with protective measures in place.
Everyone who returns to campus should have a Covid-19 test before coming to College. Thereafter, we strongly advise the entire RCM community to continue to participate in twice-weekly asymptomatic testing, either with our partner the University of London (UoL) or a local testing centre close to where you live in London.
The health and wellbeing of the RCM community is our top priority and protective measures have been put in place to help ensure the safest possible use of the building at this time. This includes requiring all staff and students to wear facemasks, avoid mixing households and adhere to two metre social distancing on campus. We will continue to monitor the situation closely.
Covid-19 – what to do if you have symptoms
If you are an RCM student, professor or staff member and you experience symptoms of Covid-19, you should take the following steps as promptly as possible:
- ISOLATE yourself from others
- NOTIFY us using the Covid self-reporting form
- Book a TEST
If you think another student or member of staff might have symptoms, you should encourage them to do the same. Further information is available in each of the guidance sections below.