Required for entry to WashU Medical Campus

For all faculty, staff, trainees, vendors and contractors

Do not enter the campus if you have any COVID-19 symptoms. Stay home if you are sick.

  1. Complete your daily screening.
  2. Wear a mask.
  3. Wear your badge.

Safety on campus

Follow posted instructions

Signs throughout the Medical Campus indicate procedures for use of common areas such as equipment rooms, restrooms, elevators and break rooms, among other topics. Please follow these instructions carefully to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Wear a face covering

You must wear a mask while on the Medical Campus.

Read all about masks »

Practice physical distancing

It is important to practice safe physical distancing. Your health and safety are a top priority, and physical distancing in the workplace will help keep you and others from spreading the virus. Be mindful of these simple tips when you’re at work.

Remain at least 6 feet from others at all times.

Avoid face-to-face in-person meetings, even if just one-on-one.

Stagger breaks and meal times.

Don’t congregate in break rooms, work rooms or other common areas.

Follow elevator guidelines.

  • Elevators are disinfected regularly, but capacity is being significantly limited; refer to signage for maximum number of riders
  • Consider taking stairs
  • If possible, avoid using your fingers to press the button
  • Don’t touch your face after pressing the button
  • Wash your hands after leaving elevator

Our guidance is in line with our partners at BJC, which can be viewed here.

Maintain good hygiene

  • Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face.
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
  • Do not share headsets or other objects that are near your mouth or nose.
  • Wipe down areas where you’ve been. Also know that Facilities and Custodial Services are cleaning high traffic areas regularly.
  • Always wash your hands before and after entering a shared workspace or break room.

Keep your workspace safe and clean

Find out how — and how often — to clean the surfaces and equipment in your office workspace.

Read office workspace cleaning guidelines »

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