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COVID-19 Information and Updates

Do your part to keep classes on and COVID away from campus.

The health and well-being of SAIT students, employees and guests is paramount. In alignment with Alberta’s transition to an endemic approach to managing COVID-19 and other acute respiratory viral illnesses, we strive to continue providing a safe working and learning environment at SAIT.

Do your part to keep classes on and COVID-19 away from campus.

Those with respiratory virus symptoms or who test positive for any respiratory illness are advised to stay home until all symptoms have improved and they feel well enough to resume normal activities, and they have been fever-free for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medications.

Anyone who has respiratory virus symptoms should wear a mask for a total of 10 days from the onset of symptoms (even if the symptoms have resolved or improved) when in indoor settings with other individuals..

Please monitor your health and remain in contact with your instructor, academic chair or supervisor who will support you in managing your absence and return to campus.

Source: Alberta Health Services

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SAIT encourages its community members to get every vaccine dose they are eligible for. Vaccines are key to ensuring we can be together again and our communities and campuses remain safe.

Stay informed with these vaccination resources:

Government of Alberta Government of Canada
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SAIT-related travel

SAIT is following and encourages employees and students to follow the Government of Alberta's and the Government of Canada'stravel advisories.

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Focus on well-being

Resources and services to support positive mental health and well-being are available whether you're studying on or off-campus.

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