The latest travel recommendations for S&T employees and students are posted on S&T’s coronavirus website, coronavirus.mst.edu.
Get a flyer with these guidelines.
Due to the uncertain nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, these recommendations are subject to change at any time.
For seven days after traveling in the U.S. without social distancing or by mass transit:
- Do not attend any groups or in-person meetings other than classes.
- Consider remote work during this time if you cannot maintain social distancing in your work area.
- Check your temperature three times daily. Use the daily screening app, Campus Screen by Edverum.
- Wear a mask at all times on campus, in public settings and events, and whenever you’re around others.
If traveling by private vehicle within the U.S.:
- If traveling with others outside of your household, all should wear face coverings in the vehicle.
- Use the campus screening app daily and check your temperature daily before coming to campus.
General recommendations for travel, returning after travel
- Travel in general is still strongly discouraged.
- Many U.S. locations are requiring people to self-quarantine for a certain period of time if they have arrived from certain destinations. Missouri does not currently have any of these restrictions, but that could change.
- All individuals outside of the same household should wear face coverings when traveling together in a vehicle and should reserve separate housing or hotel accommodations.
- Face coverings are highly recommended in all public spaces, including outdoors.
- If you have been approved for international travel, you will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon your return to the U.S. before returning to campus.
- If you develop a fever or symptoms, do not come to campus and contact your health care provider. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For COVID-19-related questions about your travel, please email email@example.com.
These recommendations were developed in collaboration with student health professionals and after considerable review of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American College Health Association (ACHA), and state and local health department recommendations.