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The safety and well-being of the El Camino campus community continues to be our highest priority as we navigate the effects of this pandemic together. Browse information for ECC students, faculty, and staff about COVID-19.
Effective Monday, November 7, 2022, El Camino College will no longer require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students, employees, or visitors. Read Full Announcement
Beginning Spring semester 2023, and coinciding with updated Los Angeles County Health Department Guidance for Institutes of Higher Education, masks are no longer required, except in the Student Health Center. Individuals may choose to wear a mask; no one can be prevented from wearing a mask to participate in an activity or enter our facilities.
This change replaces the previous requirement regarding wearing masks.
The safety of El Camino College students, staff and faculty is the College’s highest priority. As a result, while not required, the College still recommends wearing a mask.
Note: Masking requirements are subject to change as conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic change.
Effective Monday, November 7, 2022:
However, in adherence to County guidance and Cal/OSHA requirements, El Camino College will continue to implement a process for screening COVID-19 symptoms using signage at the entrances of campus buildings stating that individuals with symptoms and/or a positive COVID-19 test must not enter the premises.
Find frequently asked questions and resources available to students and employees.
As we coordinate our efforts with state and local health and public safety authorities on this rapidly evolving situation, please consider the following for the safety of our campus and greater community.
Free COVID testing in LA County
Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community for Control of COVID-19
Protocols for Institutes of Higher Education
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution in LA County
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