Covid-19: advice for students, staff and visitors
Page last updated: 25 February 2022
The health and safety of everyone at Trinity Laban will always be our number one priority.
Throughout the pandemic we followed UK Government guidance to ensure that our buildings were Covid secure and that our students and staff felt safe and confident as they worked and studied on campus, and that our visitors had an enjoyable and productive visit.
With the lifting of all Covid restrictions on 24 February 2022, staff and students are no longer required to regularly take a lateral flow test before visiting one of our buildings, take a temperature reading as they enter campus, or wear a face covering on campus.
We will continue to clean our buildings thoroughly, encourage everyone to wash and sanitise their hands (providing hand sanitiser throughout our campus) and ensure that their work, study and practice spaces are well ventilated.
People who do test positive are asked not to come to campus and must report their result to us for monitoring purposes. We are continuing the use of transparent screens for the safety of our front of house teams for the time being.
For more detailed information, please see our Coronavirus FAQs
Sources of information
For information on what Coronavirus is and how to keep yourself and others safe, visit the Government’s website and/or the following websites: