February 2024: With the prevalence of COVID-19 still in our communities, UCLA is providing updated COVID-19–related signage that can be used throughout campus buildings to remind Bruins about practices that are reduce likelihood of infection.

The signs, which are available at this Box link, cover four topics:

For more on the importance of masking, please see the Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center’s “Masking to Reduce the Risk of COVID-19.”

For building coordinators: Posting new signage

Building coordinators should replace the COVID-19 signs currently posted with these new signs. Please note that two of the signs above — Reducing the risk of COVID-19 and Knowing which situations are riskier for COVID-19 must be posted in the sign holders at the entrances of all buildings by Feb. 23, 2024. 

It is recommended that two additional two signs be posted at the other building entrances and locations, as available.

Special thanks to Disabled Student Union and the Undergraduate Student Association Council for their continued advocacy in this space and for partnering with the UCLA administration and the Arthur Ashe Student Health & Wellness Center to promote health and wellness across our campus.

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