The health and wellbeing of the university community remain UNLV’s most important considerations as we work to fulfill our educational mission.
Effective Friday, July 30, 2021, students, employees, and members of the public, regardless of vaccine status, are required to wear a face covering while inside any building or structure on any UNLV campus or property. Face coverings must cover both the mouth and nose.
This includes wearing a face covering while in classrooms, labs, hallways, elevators, meeting rooms, office cubicles, restrooms, building lobbies, advising offices, libraries, the Student Union, the Student Recreation & Wellness Center, athletic facilities, and any other indoor public place where people may gather. This includes any university-hosted sporting and special events that take place indoors but are not on the UNLV campus, such as football games at Allegiant Stadium.
is defined as a “covering that fully covers a person’s nose and mouth, including without limitation, cloth face mask, surgical mask, towels, scarves, and bandanas” ( A “face covering”State of Nevada Emergency Directive 024).
are meant to protect those around us by covering our noses and mouths while we talk, breathe, cough, and sneeze. Face coverings and masks
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