Keeping Queen’s safe.
Our university community is working hard to meet the challenges posed by COVID-19. Together, we will continue to keep one another safe and ensure that our academic mission to advance learning, research, and innovation is moving forward.
Reported to Queen's this week
Feb. 22 - Feb. 28
Total new cases
Public Health info on COVID-19
Learn about COVID-19 prevention, symptoms, testing, and response from our regional public health authority, KFL&A Public Health.
KFL&A Public Health case numbers
For more information on the status of COVID-19 cases in the Kingston region, visit KFL&A Regional Dashboard.
Need to visit campus?
Even though most students, staff and faculty are learning and working remotely, some may still need to visit campus. Make sure you download our SeQure app and fill out the COVID-19 assessment before you arrive. For more information
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Information for students
Queen’s undergraduate and graduate students are demonstrating remarkable drive, resilience, care, and flexibility in response to the pandemic.
Learn about how academics, campus life, support services, and more have adjusted to respond to COVID-19.
Information for faculty / staff
Queen’s employees are rising to unprecedented challenges posed by COVID-19 with skill, patience, care, and creativity.
Learn about how our daily work, procedures, teaching, research, and more have evolved to meet new challenges.