by MTU Flex Task Force
In accordance with today’s recession of emergency orders from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, as well as new orders from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), Michigan Tech is moving to Health and Safety Level One effectively immediately.
Under Health and Safety Level One:
- Face coverings are no longer required for any individual, although those who wish to continue to wear them are encouraged to do so.
- Daily symptom monitoring via the MTU Flex Portal for employees, students, and visitors is no longer required, but we recommend people continue to monitor their symptoms. For students, access to Canvas will no longer be linked to symptom monitoring.
- We ask that positive COVID-19 test results be reported using the existing test reporting tool in the MTU Flex Portal if you test positive within 14 days of being on campus.
- Employees in quarantine or isolation situations should inform Human Resources at email@example.com. Students in quarantine or isolation situations should inform the Dean of Students’ office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All capacity limits are lifted.
- Employees and students should remain aware of the federal government’s international travel restrictions.
The MTU Flex team encourages University community members to get their vaccinations and continue with handwashing and hand-sanitizing practices.
The Flex team is launching a communications campaign in the coming weeks to promote vaccination as a means by which to help protect ourselves and other community members. We also ask you to continue to be respectful of those who choose to continue wearing a mask or work with plexiglass shields (however, those who wish to remove those may do so at this time).
Many thanks to our entire community for your diligence in following the public health and safety practices that allowed us to get to this point.