CU Campus: any and all real property owned or occupied by CU Boulder.
CU Student: any person that is enrolled as a student at CU Boulder in any capacity, irrespective of level of enrollment (i.e. amount of course hours, part-time, full-time), as of the date of issuance of this Order.
- To seek medical care, including COVID-19 testing.
- To obtain necessary supplies using curbside pickup or contactless delivery. Necessary supplies include food, pet supply, medical supplies, other household consumer products, and products or equipment necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of a residence. Dining outside of the residence, whether at a business or another residence, is strictly prohibited.
- To engage in outdoor exercise alone, and at least six feet distance from all other persons at all times.
- Activities necessary to cast a ballot in the fall 2020 election. (vote by mail is strongly encouraged)
Essential Travel: Travel to perform Essential Activities or move to an alternative location within a 5-hour drive (without stopping)
Essential Visitor: visitors providing licensed medical care, house directors, housekeeping, cooking service providers, and CU Boulder dormitory employees
Face Covering: a covering made of cloth, fabric, or other soft or permeable material, without holes, that covers only the nose and mouth and surrounding areas of the lower face. Mesh, netting, or similarly porous material does not meet the requirements or definition of a Face Covering. A Face Covering may be factory-made or may be handmade and improvised by using ordinary household materials. The Face Covering should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face; allow for breathing without restriction; and either be constructed of disposable mask materials or include multiple layers of fabric that can be laundered and machine-dried without damage or change to shape. Face Coverings must cover the nose and mouth at all times and should remain in place until taken off safely. If a worker’s Face Covering moves during work, it must be replaced with one that does not need to be frequently adjusted in order to reduce touching of the face. A Face Covering should be replaced when it becomes dirty, wet, and/or difficult to breathe through. Note that any mask that incorporates a one-way valve (typically a raised plastic cylinder about the size of a quarter on the front or side of the mask) that is designed to facilitate easy exhaling is not a Face Covering under this Order and is not to be used to comply with this Order’s requirements. Valves of that type permit droplet release from the mask and can put others nearby at risk. A video showing how to make a Face Covering and additional information about how to select, wear, and clean Face Coverings may be found on the CDC’s website.
Gathering: more than one individual coming together or being physically near each other for any shared and common purpose, including socializing or participating in any activity together including but not limited to shopping, dining, or exercising. A gathering does not include employees of any business while performing work for that business or any classroom learning activity explicitly permitted by the University of Colorado. Members of the same household while in their shared household space (e.g. a dorm room) together are not considered a gathering.
Household: the residential unit where an individual resides.
- One household: Single family house, apartment, or similar housing occupied by 4 or fewer unrelated people
- Multiple households within one house: On-campus residence halls (dormitories) and off-campus congregate housing (e.g. sorority and fraternity houses) with more than 4 unrelated occupants will likely have multiple households (roommates).
Stay-at-Home Resident: a person who resides at an identified property.
- Maintaining at least six-foot social distancing from other individuals
- Washing hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds as frequently as possible or using hand sanitizer when hand-sinks are not available
- Covering coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands)
- Regularly cleaning high-touch surfaces
- Not shaking hands