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SAIT to require masks on campus starting Monday

Last Updated Aug 19, 2021 at 6:30 am MDT

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - Heritage Hall stands tall on the SAIT campus in Calgary. Heritage Hall started taking classes in the building in 1922 with construction starting on the building in 1921. When SAIT opened in 1916, there were 11 students and 7 staff members. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/660 News) (PHOTO: Chelsey Harms, 660 NEWS)

CALGARY – Another post-secondary institution in Calgary is announcing its protocols to keep people safe from COVID-19.

Starting Monday, SAIT will be mandating masks for all indoor classrooms, labs, and public spaces.

In addition, the school is also exploring the use of rapid testing as another health and safety measure.


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On Tuesday, the universities of Calgary, Alberta, and Lethbridge announced they would institute rapid testing for anyone who is not fully vaccinated, and require masks in many indoor settings.

Several other universities around the country are mandating vaccines and will bar anyone from campus if they are not protected from COVID-19.

For more information about COVID-19 and heading back to class this fall, head to our special coverage page.