The health and wellbeing of the university community remain UNLV’s most important considerations as we work to fulfill our educational mission.
COVID-19 cases continue to decline locally, according to the Southern Nevada Health District. People who are at high risk for severe illness should talk to their health care provider about whether they need to wear masks and take additional precautions, and everyone should stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines and get tested if they have symptoms. People may choose to continue wearing masks in public indoor places, and people with symptoms or who test positive for COVID-19 should stay home and wear a well-fitting mask when around others.
Some members of the university continue to choose to wear masks while on campus, and we ask that you continue to exhibit kindness, understanding, and tolerance toward one another – regardless of the personal decision to wear, or not wear, one.
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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