TRU recognizes many individuals within our university community have questions
The university continues to monitor the situation and review the most
up-to-date information and recommendations available through regional and
provincial medical-health officers. For the latest information in British
Columbia, visit the
BC Centre for Disease Control website.
To see TRU’s institutional safety plan for our limited resumption of
activities this fall, please visit our
Risk Management Services area of our website.
Refer to the student,
health and safety frequently asked questions
about COVID-19, which we will update as new information is available.
Check for updates regularly.
Should you have additional questions, you can connect with us through the
Above all, we ask everyone to be involved in prevention by following the
recommendations of health experts: wash your hands often, stay at home
as much as possible, follow proper cough and sneeze etiquette, and
practise social distancing.
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