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All Covid rules and restrictions have been lifted in Scotland. PCR Testing for the general population ended on 30 April 2022, and test sites closed at that point too. 

The virus has not gone away, however what is expected of us has changed. Going forward, if you have symptoms of Covid-19 and have a high temperature or are too unwell to carry out normal activities, you are advised to 'stay at home' while you are unwell or have a fever. You will no longer be advised to take a PCR test, there is no formal isolation requirement, and all contact tracing has ended. 

If you are unable to work due to feeling unwell, you should record the sickness absence in the normal way with the appropriate absence reason selected. We will no longer use "Covid-19" sickness absence reasons for recording absence because it cannot be verified via testing, however, should you or a member of your team take a test which provides a positive result, please contact the Health and Safety Team with details, health&safetyoffice@napier.ac.uk​, who are continuing to monitor for outbreaks in the University. ​


If any staff or students contract scabies, please advise the Health & Safety Office, as the university has a duty to inform the NHS.

Monkey Pox 

If any staff or students contract monkey pox, please advise the Health & Safety Office​, as the university has a duty to inform the NHS.

At Home

Complete the Essential Skillz eLearning Home Working module (Apps Anywhere​ - Essential Skillz - Library)

Read the Home Working Guidance​ from HR

On Campus

Covid-19 rules and restrictions have been lifted in Scotland, but the virus has not gone away. Please follow Scottish Government 'Covid sense' guidance ​to help protect yourself and others.

Your health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority and we will continue to work to ensure our campuses are safe for you to work and study.

Face coverings are no longer legally required in indoor spaces including all our university premises; however the Scottish Government strongly recommends that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces.

Although social distancing is no longer a requirement, we continue to encourage it where possible. To protect vulnerable/at higher risk staff and students, we expect all staff and students to respect those members of our community and especially those who are either wearing a lanyard or badge, or request that others keep a safe social distance.

Follow the Scottish Government's guidance on good hygiene principles, wash your hands frequently. Sanitise your hands upon arrival and exit. 

Stay at home if you are unwell with symptoms or have a fever. 

While some of these measures will make life on campus feel more normal, we are continuing to exercise caution to help keep our communities safe from the spread of Covid-19. Please play your part in making our society safer by arranging to be vaccinated and boosted.

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