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This term things look a little different from usual at Pembroke. We are wearing face coverings in shared spaces, respecting social distancing and sanitising our hands reguarly.
These measures, and others you will read about in these web pages, are vital to protect our community against the spread of coronavirus.
Please familiarise yourself with the information here and contact us if you have any questions which are unanswered.
Summary information about arrangements for Christmas vacation for those who need to stay in College, and link to the Student Vacation Intentions form for all to complete.
Those who will incur additional costs in the Christmas vacation as a result of needing to stay in Oxford, which will leave them in financial need, can make an application for College support.
All Oxford students are asked to sign a Responsibility Agreement in recognition of the part we all play in protecting our communities. The Pembroke student handbook provides details of the year ahead.
Students arriving from overseas should check whether they are required to fulfil a 14 day self-isolation period. Those living in College accommodation can do so here.
The main symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are: a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste. If you experience any of these you need to get tested as soon as possible.