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Confirmed COVID-19 cases at McMaster: November 19

The university has received notification of two unrelated confirmed COVID-19 cases on campus. One involves an employee with an external company who tested positive on Nov. 19 and immediately notified the university. The individual was last on campus on Nov. 16, in several areas of the Nuclear Research Building. The other confirmed case involves a […]

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More information on the COVID-19 red zone and McMaster

Hamilton is now in COVID red zone The provincial red “control” category takes effect on November 16 in Hamilton and a number of other municipalities. While there are new restrictions there are limited changes required to university operations. Protecting health and safety and creating as much stability as possible for students, faculty and staff has underpinned […]

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Hamilton moves into the red zone: What it means for McMaster

As Hamilton moves into the red zone of the province’s COVID-19 Response Framework, the majority of current operations at McMaster will not be impacted. The red “control” category — which comes into effect at 12 a.m. on Nov. 16 — introduces a number of new restrictions across multiple sectors throughout the city, reinforcing the need […]

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