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SeQure app adds COVID-19 assessment functionality for BISC campus in UK

As part of the university’s approach to facilitating safe in-person activity, Queen’s community members at the Kingston campus use SeQure App—a mobile safety app that includes a required COVID-19 self-assessment. Today, users at Queen’s Bader International Study Centre (BISC) in the United Kingdom will be using the SeQure self-assessment tool as well, allowing for easier and safer access to BISC facilities.

With the app’s most recent update, SeQure now includes a new initial menu that asks users to select their campus. Kingston-based users will select Main Campus–Kingston, Canada, whereas BISC-based users will select Bader International Study Centre–BISC–UK

From there, those users in Kingston proceed as before, filling out the self-assessment questionnaire before any visit to a Queen’s property. Users in the UK will be directed to a different set of self-assessment questions based around UK public health guidelines and protocols. Users will only have to select their campus once, as the app will remember their choice and direct them straight to their respective self-assessment questionnaires upon future use.

The SeQure App update was released Oct. 14 and is ready for use. Please check to ensure you are using the latest version. To download the SeQure app for iOS or Android, visit the Campus Security website, or search for it on your device’s app store.

The SeQure App is part of the university’s ongoing COVID-19 safety efforts. Visit the Queen’s Safe Return to Campus website for all related information.