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Keeping King’s safe together

We are excited about welcoming our new and returning students to King’s this Autumn and protecting the health and wellbeing of our community of students and staff is our priority.

We have carried out risk assessments on our buildings and spaces and put measures in place in line with UK Government guidance to protect the health of our community across our campuses.

Protecting your own health and each others is a responsibility we each have, please familiarise yourself with our safety measures prior to your visit. 

We are prepared to respond quickly to implement additional and appropriate measures where necessary and in the instance of suspected or confirmed cases. This means that students and staff may be asked not to come to campus at short notice, this is to protect yourself and others.

The latest Government guidance is available on their website.

Think you have symptoms? Yo need to follow NHS guidance and tell King's.

If you think you have symptoms...

You must stay at home if you or a member of your household develops a high temperature, a new continuous cough and / or a loss of taste or sense of smell. If you do feel unwell and you think you may have the symptoms of coronavirus, please visit the NHS 111 online coronavirus service for guidance and complete the self-isolation reporting form.

If you have been in close contact of someone who tests positive

If you have been in close contact of someone that has tested positive for COVID-19, or if you are notified by NHS Test and Trace, the university, King's Residences or your close contact, you will need to self-isolate. Please see the government guidance for contacts.

Read our information on self isolating to find out more.

 

FAQs

FAQs

Answers to common questions about working, learning and teaching at King's during COVID-19.