Update to Designated Eating Areas at the RJC

| November 23, 2021 (LIVE)
Submitted by Emily Cestra for Student Experience

Important Notice

For the latest information and updates about McMaster's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please visit the McMaster COVID-19 site.

Based on provincial guidance and campus safety measures outlined by McMaster’s Environmental & Occupational Health Support Services (EOHSS), the designated eating areas at the RJC have been evaluated and determined changes can be made while keeping everyone safe.

What you need to know:

  • This change is effective Wednesday, November 24 for the balance of the Fall term
  • To adhere to McMaster’s COVID safety protocols, the MacCheck digital tool is checked upon entry to the RJC
    • There is a single point of entry to the RJC meaning, all patrons of the designated eating areas have a confirmed digital tool check
  • Masks are required in all scenarios when eating and drinking is not occurring
  • All other locations throughout the building will maintain physical distancing unless we receive approval

RJC designated eating areas where physical distancing is no longer required:

  • Café (capacity: 24)
  • Great Hall (capacity: 132)

RJC designated eating areas where physical distancing continues to be required:

  • Classroom 249 (capacity: 12)
  • Classroom 263 (capacity: 12)

For more information about the guidelines for eating on campus, check out the Back to Mac website.

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