Below you will find information and resources available to you while working during COVID-19.
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Return to campus
Visit the Health guidance and vaccines page on the UBC COVID-19 site for a list of questions and answers to help you understand your role in helping prevent the spread of illness on our campuses and learning sites.
Testing and vaccines
- Self-declaration app/process: what do employees need to do? What happens if they don’t declare?
- Proof of vaccination: what do they need to do?
- Testing: Where can they get tested? How often?
- Exemptions: Who is exempt?
Non-medical masks are required for all indoor public areas at UBC Vancouver and UBC Okanagan, including lobbies, hallways, stairwells, elevators, classrooms and labs.
Indoor mask exceptions are outlined on page 5 of the UBC Campus Rules.
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The following are guidelines and resources for faculty and staff concerns with returning to in-person work or a need for workplace accommodations in the context of COVID-19. Please review:
Are you a manager or supervisor of faculty or staff with these concerns? View relevant information and FAQ for Managing employees during COVID-19.
New to UBC
Learn more about UBC and the resources available for new employees.
Teaching resources for Winter Term 1
The Keep Teaching website offers resources and guiding principles for faculty as they plan their online classes.
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Stay home if you are sick
Visit the UBC campus rules and guidance documents on the Safety and Risk Services website for further guidance.
COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave
In May 2021, the BC government amended the Employment Standards Act to provide three days of COVID-19 paid sick leave. This new COVID-19 paid sick leave provision applies to UBC employees in certain non-unionized roles and employees who do not accrue paid sick leave. See which roles are eligible below. If you are not eligible for COVID-19 paid sick leave, use your paid sick leave to cover time off for COVID-19-related illness.
UBC’s Remote Work program provides an opportunity to consider how future work arrangements will continue to make UBC an inspiring place for students to learn and for faculty and staff to research, teach, and work.