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 ## Requirements for COVID-19 ## Requirements for COVID-19
  
-As a matter of public health and safety, all members of the CU Boulder community and all visitors to campus must follow university, department and building requirements and all public health orders in place to reduce the risk of spreading infectious disease. ​Students who fail to adhere to these requirements will be asked to leave class, and students ​who do not leave class when asked or who refuse to comply with these requirements will be referred to [Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution](https://​www.colorado.edu/​sccr/​). For more informationsee the policy on [classroom behavior](http://​www.colorado.edu/​policies/​student-classroom-and-course-related-behavior) ​and the [Student Code of Conduct](http://​www.colorado.edu/​osccr/​). If you require accommodation because a disability prevents you from fulfilling these safety measuresplease follow ​the steps in the “Accommodation for Disabilities” statement on this syllabus.+As a matter of public health and safety, all members of the CU Boulder community and all visitors to campus must follow university, department and building requirements and all public health orders in place to reduce the risk of spreading infectious disease. ​CU Boulder currently requires COVID-19 vaccination and boosters for all facultystaff and students. ​Studentsfaculty ​and staff must upload proof of vaccination ​and boosters or file for an exemption based on medicalethical or moral grounds through ​the MyCUHealth portal.
  
-CU Boulder currently ​requires ​masks in classrooms ​and laboratories regardless of vaccination status. This requirement is a precaution ​to supplement CU Boulder’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement. Exemptions include individuals who cannot medically tolerate a face coveringas well as those who are hearing-impaired or otherwise disabled ​or who are communicating ​with someone who is hearing-impaired or otherwise disabled ​and where the ability to see the mouth is essential to communication. If you qualify for mask-related accommodation, please follow the steps in the “Accommodation for Disabilities” statement on this syllabus. In addition, vaccinated instructional faculty who are engaged in an indoor instructional activity and are separated by at least 6 feet from the nearest person are exempt from wearing masks if they so choose.+The CU Boulder ​campus is currently ​mask-optional. However, if public health conditions change and masks are again required ​in classrooms, students who fail to adhere to masking requirements will be asked to leave classand students ​who do not leave class when asked or who refuse to comply ​with these requirements will be referred to Student Conduct ​and Conflict Resolution. For more information, ​see the policy on classroom behavior and the Student Code of Conduct. If you require accommodation because ​disability prevents you from fulfilling these safety measures, please follow the steps in the “Accommodation for Disabilities” statement on this syllabus.
  
-If you feel ill and think you might have COVID-19, if you have tested positive for COVID-19, or if you are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you should stay home and follow the further guidance of the [Public Health Office](https://​www.colorado.edu/​health/​public-health/​quarantine-and-isolation) ​(contacttracing@colorado.edu). If you are fully vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay home; rather, you should self-monitor for symptoms and follow the further guidance of the Public Health Office.+If you feel ill and think you might have COVID-19, if you have tested positive for COVID-19, or if you are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you should stay home and follow the further guidance of the Public Health Office (contacttracing@colorado.edu). If you are fully vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay home; rather, you should self-monitor for symptoms and follow the further guidance of the Public Health Office ​(contacttracing@colorado.edu).
  
-**In this class, if you are sick or quarantined,​ please contact the instructor ​to arrange alternative accommodations for completing your work.**+**In this class, if you are sick or quarantined,​ please contact the instructor ​in advance of any missed ​work.**
  
  
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   * if any aspect of your educational experience with CMCI does not reflect the commitment expressed here, or if you want to share a positive instance of this commitment in action   * if any aspect of your educational experience with CMCI does not reflect the commitment expressed here, or if you want to share a positive instance of this commitment in action
   * if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas related to diversity   * if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas related to diversity
-  * We want to hear from you so that we can do better, and to support you however we can!+ 
 +We want to hear from you so that we can do better, and to support you however we can!