3. UWA operational
3-01 – Is UWA still open?
As per WA Government directives, the UWA Crawley, Nedlands and QEII campuses are now open with a series of post-lockdown transition arrangements in place until 12.01am Sunday 14 February. Masks must be worn by students, staff and visitors at all times.
From Sunday 14 February, staff, students and campus visitors will no longer be required to wear masks while on campus. However, all staff, students and visitors should continue to maintain 1.5m of physical distancing where possible, check in at contact tracing registers and practise appropriate hygiene measures.
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3-02 – Can I attend University and participate in campus activities?
All events must comply with WA State Government advice. This includes limits on the number of people gathering, physical distancing, hygiene/cleaning requirements and other safety advice. For more information about a specific event, please contact the event organiser.
Many online events for students can be found via the UWA app.
3-03 – Can I undertake off campus research and work activities for UWA (e.g. remote site visits, fieldwork, travel to outlying campus or field stations)?
Full guidance on undertaking off campus activities can be found on the Safety, Health and Wellbeing website.
3-04 – Can I work from home if I want to?
Information on working from home arrangements can be found on the Staff Intranet.