Stanford has new policies for returning from travel effective Nov. 27.
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Regardless of vaccination status, all must comply with campus access restrictions and testing requirements following international travel and may not return to unrestricted campus access until submitting a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken at least 5 days after returning. New travel return policies take effect Nov. 27.
Surveillance testing is required for faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars and students on-site, regardless of vaccination status.
Face coverings required indoors for all regardless of vaccination status, at crowded outdoor events, and when using public transportation and university vehicles occupied by more than one person.