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Coronavirus Latest Information
This is our online hub for information about College life during the ongoing pandemic.
Here you will find practical information on a range of topics and a useful FAQs page.
As and when Government Policy, Public Health England Guidance or the local Oxford situation changes the College will review processes and activities promptly, updates will be provided via these web pages and by email to students and staff as soon as practically possible.
All the decisions made about practical adjustments have been taken with the safety of our community uppermost. Pembroke continues to strive to be an inclusive and supportive place for all our members: students and staff alike.
Please continue to remember when you are in College that we are observing social distancing, wearing face coverings in shared spaces and regularly washing our hands.
**Update as of 2nd December 2020**
Oxford has returned to tier 2.
- No Social Mixing of households indoors
- Rule of 6 applies outside
- College services will continue as at present
Further information regarding tier systems can be found here.
We will face these new challenges together and we are listening: get in touch if you have concerns or suggestions.
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.
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.
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.