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Stay Safe Cambridge Uni aims to minimise risks from COVID-19

The Stay Safe Cambridge Uni webpage is where you will find information to help Cambridge students and staff minimise the risks to themselves and others from the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is more important than ever that we look after ourselves and others. By acting responsibly in the face of this pandemic we stand the greatest chance of minimising the risk of infection and carrying on with our work, study and the things we enjoy. The University and colleges have put together a clear set of measures, which have been tested and refined in consultation with over 300 students and staff, designed to keep everyone in our community as safe as possible.

Visit the StaySafeCambridgeUni pages for guidance on measures such as face coverings, social distancing and the University’s COVID-19 testing facilities. The web pages include films and information on life at Cambridge and will be continuously updated. 

Cambridge offers rich opportunities for learning and we want all of our students and staff to enjoy living, working and studying here. 

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