Good morning from the Bring Huskies Home Team,
As we continue to follow recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Minnesota Department of Health and the state of Minnesota, we want to continue to reiterate that the safety of our Husky Community is our number one priority.
To that end, St. Cloud State University will be requiring the use of face coverings for at least the fall semester for faculty, staff, students and visitors in all St. Cloud State buildings and includes face coverings being worn in classrooms and labs to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We believe that Huskies need to take care of each other and this is one way we will do this during the pandemic.
We will be sending a follow-up communication with additional details about this protocol as we work with university partners to finalize protocols.
You will be able to continue to monitor updates from the Bring Huskies Home team on our Bring Huskies Home page.
Thank you for all you do and let’s continue to take care of one another. Have a great week!
Your Bring Huskies Home Team
I would like to volunteer to make some face masks. And I would actually love to volunteer to make face masks for each of my students. I probably have only 50 total so far in all my classes. Is this possible?
If you would like to volunteer for the mask making effort at St. Cloud State, please contact Jenn Super at firstname.lastname@example.org
I think masks are bogus and lots of medical professionals say they do more harm than good. People touch and play with their masks anyway, which defeats the purpose. Plus, I don’t want to look like a monkey wearing a maks.
Well, it’s for the best.
I assume Rez Life requires it?
So you end up with them on all the time if you live on Campus?
(Though, presumably in one’s room one would be exempt?)