Before you consider leaving your area, keep in mind travel can increase your chances of transmitting and getting Covid-19. The CDC advises against non essential travel at this time.
The university’s transition away from spring break to a handful of wellness days is to help slow the spread and keep students safe.
Traveling is a risky activity - avoid it if you can.
If you do decide to travel, there are measures to take to try lower your risk and remain safe. Find lodging that limits exposure - allowing for physical distancing and offering high COVID cleaning standards.
Before you go
Check the travel restrictions of your destination
Get tested 1-3 days before your trip and do not travel if you test positive
Travel only with your bubble, or the few people you live with already
Wear a mask when outside the home at all times
Avoid public transportation as a way to travel
Wash your hands often
If you decide to travel, be sure to follow these steps upon return;
Self- quarantine for 10 days after you travel
Keep an eye out for symptoms
Get tested 3-5 days after your trip
Avoid crowds, restaurants, and public spaces for 14 days
If folx in your household are not traveling with you be sure to wear a mask upon return