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COVID-19: What You Should Know

The 3rd Dismantling Bias Conference  will be in person on Purdue University’s West Lafayette Campus from March 22-24, 2022.

Purdue University is committed to keeping the campus safe for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Learn more about the University’s commitment to the health, wellbeing and safety of all community members at Protect Purdue.  We will also be monitoring and the Tippecanoe  County’s health and safety rules. The entire Purdue Campus is currently open with universitywide health and safety procedures in place.

  • All visitors are expected to follow the Protect Purdue guideline in effect at the time of their visit.
  • Purdue requires that face masks are worn in all indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status.
  • Face masks must be worn when not actively eating or drinking (in lines, while socializing, etc.)
  • Disposable face masks will be available.
  • If you are not feeling well, please do not attend the conference in person.
  • If you develop symptoms while at the conference, please discontinue your attendance and immediately seek medical attention.
  • Visitors who are observed acting contrary to Protect Purdue guidelines can be reported to the campus police department and reminded that their presence on campus is subject to health and safety rules.

We will be working with the current campus guidelines at the time of the conference as they are updated.