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As of January 5th, 2023 if you are a traveller arriving from the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong or Macao, you will need to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test result, taken no more than two days before departure, to the airline prior to boarding. See the Government of Canada website for more information, as well as the COVID-19 Information for University of Toronto Students website. If your travel is delayed, please contact us through AskRegistrar, and your residence office if applicable.

The University's Environmental Health & Safety website has easy-to-access information to help guide you through your next steps in different scenarios related to COVID-19, including:

  • What to do if you feel sick during in-person activities and need assistance
  • If you are symptomatic or test positive
  • Live in a household with someone who is symptomatic or tests positive
  • Came into close contact with someone who is symptomatic or tests positive
  • Completed the isolation period and are ready to return to campus

You can use the provincial health screening tool to complete a COVID-19 self-assessment for yourself or someone else.

Stay connected

There are simple things you can do now to make sure that critical university communication reaches you in a timely way:

Please know that the University is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our community. We encourage you to seek support, including MySSP which is available 24/7.

Everyone has the ability to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our community. The University’s primary concern continues to be the health and safety of all members of the U of T community. It is important at these times that we all remember to observe the University’s commitment to human rights and our values of diversity, inclusion, and respect.