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COVID-19 - University and College

COVID-19 continues to circulate in London and Middlesex County. Please consider your risk for COVID-19 and to take steps to protect yourself. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, self-isolate right away.


Stay Safe

  • Get your booster dose as soon as you can (12 weeks after second dose).
  • Keep your social circle as small as possible.
  • Monitor yourself for symptoms every day.
  • If you're feeling sick, self-isolate right away.
  • Continue to follow public health advice.

Take care of yourself

Mental health and well-being
School can be stressful - and the pandemic makes it even more stressful. If you're struggling, reach out to the health and wellness services at your university or college, or connect with the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Where to get vaccinated

Where to get tested for COVID-19

*Please note: The Provincial Government has updated its COVID-19 testing guidance.  Learn more →


Help prevent COVID-19 on and off campus.

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Have symptoms?

Self-isolate right away.

How to self-isolate at home

Self-isolation requirements


COVID-19 Vaccination Policies

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many post-secondary educational institutions are implementing COVID-19 vaccination policies as well as on-campus COVID-19 vaccinations.  Learn more about what is happening at universities / colleges in London and Middlesex County.

Western University 

Fanshawe College 

How does COVID-19 spread?

Check out this visualization of a Western University student outbreak that occurred in September 2020. Every day interactions like sharing car rides, playing basketball, watching sports/TV and meeting up with friends can spread this virus. It’s not just parties.


Western Student Outbreak Visualization

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Date of creation: September 17, 2020
Last modified on: June 6, 2022