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We ask that every member of the CIT community and visitors to our campus take personal responsibility for their own health and that of our entire community. The wearing of face masks is mandatory on campus at all times whilst indoors, unless the individual is the sole occupant of the room or area.

Covid-19 is mainly spread through close contact and droplets that come from your nose and mouth. Wearing a face covering reduces the spread of these droplets.

Please note that a face visor is not a substitute for a face mask. They are not designed as respiratory protective equipment. An individual with a recognised medical condition or disability which precludes them from wearing a mask is not less likely to contract or spread the virus.

Dr Niall Smith, Head of Research at CIT explains the science behind the decision taken by the Covid-19 CIT Infection Control Team Subgroup to make mask wearing mandatory on campus.    

We also remind you not to present on campus if you are feeling unwell or if you have been in contact with a suspected Covid-19 close contact.

Please continue to email for any queries or information requests or to seek support if you are unwell.