Unauthorized Halloween Gathering Of Students Under Investigation

Sunday November 8th, 2020

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The University of Windsor sent out a reminder late Sunday to the campus community to restrict social gatherings and strictly adhere to COVID-19 prevention protocols.

This comes after the Health Unit informed the University that an unauthorized Halloween gathering of students is currently being investigated and emphasizes the importance of students following Health Unit and Student Residence regulations around social gatherings.

The University is working closely with the Health Unit on this matter and will provide more information as it becomes available.

“This is a strong reminder to our student community that we cannot become complacent with our protocols and guidelines during this pandemic. There is simply too much at stake and we need to be stringent now more than ever,” said University of Windsor President and Vice-Chancellor Rob Gordon.

“We all need to be responsible and consider how our behaviour today may affect our friends, family, and members of the larger community tomorrow.”

The University of Windsor is currently following a remote learning model with most classes being held online this semester.

Students, staff, and faculty are reminded to practice good hygiene; wear a mask; keep 2m from others when possible; and that it is mandatory to complete a self-assessment questionnaire prior to attending campus, available at: www.uwindsor.ca/returntocampus/336/beforegoing-to-campus.

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