Belhaven Shares Safety Guidelines for Upcoming Semester
August 14, 2020 (Jackson, Miss.) - As a new semester begins during the COVID-19 pandemic, officials at Belhaven University have outlined common practices to keep its students, faculty, and staff safe. The Belhaven Promise provides guidelines for both an offensive and defensive strategy for safety while students are on campus.
These Belhaven Promise requirements will not be optional, said Belhaven University President Dr. Roger Parrott. It is critical for our safety that we agree to these precautionary boundaries, and hold to these standards because of our commitment to love each other in Christ. As our Belhaven Promise instructs, we need to play both offense and defense to keep us all safe in the game. By enrolling this fall, you are agreeing to follow the standards of the Belhaven Promise.
Everyone at Belhaven is expected to help by following all of the guidelines below.
Face – Wear a mask over both mouth and nose. Where inside if others are present including during class (exceptions include meals and residence hall rooms)
Space – Keep a social distance all the time.
Wash – Frequently use soap and water or sanitizer.
Widen – Avoid close contact on or off campus.
Check – Monitor fever over 100.4, dry coughing, or difficulty breathing.
Rest – Avoid class and being around others if you are sick.
Quarantine – Isolate if you have been exposed or contracted COVID-19.
Vaccine – Get the recommended (not required) free flu vaccine this fall.
This video highlights the 8 key elements of the Belhaven Promise.
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