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Cambridge University Library

 
Tuesday, 7 June, 2022

Although the UK government has lifted all remaining COVID-19 restrictions, the University of Cambridge asks for ongoing consideration for those who remain at increased risk from catching any communicable disease, and others who may prefer to continue to wear face coverings or remain socially distanced.

Learn more in Professor Graham Virgo's message for students at the beginning of Easter Term 2022.

Information on the steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading communicable respiratory diseases including COVID-19 is available on the University of Cambridge's Coronavirus pages

 

If you are feeling unwell or showing symptoms of COVID-19, please save your trip to the library for another occasion – this helps to keep our visitors and staff safe and keep services running effectively. You can access many resources and services online and via zero-contact routes.

We appreciate you continuing to be kind and courteous to each other and to libraries staff, and ask that you stay aware of any additional guidelines that may be in place around our library sites.

It may be necessary for our libraries to adjust or pause services at short notice. Before you travel, check ahead on the website or Twitter account of the library you are visiting (such as @theUL) that the services you intend to use are available.