Over the last number of weeks, certain restrictions have been lifted by Welsh Government and as of today, February 28, facemasks are no longer a legal requirement in public indoor spaces except for healthcare settings, public transport and retail spaces. This means that facemasks are no longer required in public indoor spaces around our campuses, however, people are encouraged to continue to wear facemasks if they prefer.
Coronavirus has however not gone away and everyone must still work together to help stop the spread of the virus and keep our university community safe.
From February 28, Covid-related signage will start to be removed. The one way and no entry stickers will take longer to remove, so will remain in place but will not be enforced. Hand sanitiser stations will remain in place and staff and students are encouraged to use them as part of good hygiene practice.
CO2 monitors will remain in place across various spaces and will provide additional assurance that the air quality is good.