Provincial regulations mandating capacity limits, active screening have ended

Capacity limits and active screening requirements at Brock University campuses have now ended as a result of changes to provincial regulations that took effect earlier this month.

As previously announced, Brock’s vaccine and masking mandates will remain in place until at least the end of the Winter Term. Anyone coming to a Brock campus must be fully vaccinated and must wear a face covering that meets University standards. Individuals and groups seeking to book University space will be required to ensure compliance with the vaccination and masking mandates.

Active screening by employees using the Brock Safety app that was required under previous provincial regulations is no longer in place. However, it is highly recommended that all individuals coming to a Brock campus continue to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms using guidance from the Ministry of Health.

The University announced last week that free rapid antigen tests are now available to students, faculty and staff from a number of locations.

Members of the Brock community and visitors are asked to be vigilant and to self-monitor closely for COVID-19 symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19, do not come on campus.

Brock University is working on a plan for the on-campus experience beyond the Winter Term.

For more information about Brock’s COVID-19 measures, visit

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