Partnering to Protect our Students and Communities Against COVID-19

As Ontario continues to respond to COVID-19, including to new variants and waves, Ontario’s universities remain committed to ensuring the health and safety of students, staff, faculty and community members. Our institutions continue to make informed, evidence-based decisions about masking, vaccination and on-campus activities based on local conditions and guidance from a range of sources to ensure the health and safety of our campus communities.

Because universities are interwoven into the fabric of their communities, we continue to see students volunteering to support those around them, while university researchers continue to partner to help discover new treatments, develop new rapid testing methods, support vaccine research and monitor wastewater across the province.

Below you will find more information about how universities continue to work to help protect our students and communities against COVID-19, links to each Ontario university’s COVID-19 page and additional resources.


Supporting COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

Ontario’s universities are committed to continuing to support vaccination efforts to help manage the spread of COVID-19. Many of our institutions are working closely with government and public health units to strengthen vaccination efforts across the province, whether through campus-based pop-up clinics or training students to immunize Ontarians.

Below you will find more information about how Ontario’s universities are advancing COVID-19 vaccination efforts and links to each institution’s vaccination page for additional resources and updates.

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