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Physical Distancing

Physical Distancing

All persons, COVID-vaccinated and COVID-unvaccinated, while within Sinclair campus buildings should maintain a six-foot distance from others. Physical distancing is the practice of keeping extra space between yourself and others as a way to reduce the risk of infection.  Distancing is most important for those at higher risk of COVID-19 including those who are not vaccinated or immunocompromised.

Individuals should use good judgment in all classrooms and meeting spaces to maintain a six-foot distance where possible. Within office settings, workstation distancing may be possible by limiting department staff at any given time and naturally creating required separation.


Last updated September 10, 2021.