We look forward to welcoming you to Stanford Law School. During your time here, your health and safety are our top priorities. Below are our current on-campus COVID-19 policies for Summer 2022 programs. This page will be updated if policies change due to further guidance from the state, county, and/or university officials on upcoming events.
Participants must verify that they do not have COVID-19 at the start of the program. In order to do this, participants must test within 24 hours prior to arriving on campus. In hopes to make this easier for attendees, here are three options (in order of convenience) in which we can accept the verified test results.
|Within least 24 hours prior to the start of the program||Participants must verify that they do not have COVID-19 at the start of the program. In order to do this, participants must test within 24 hours prior to arriving on campus. In hopes to make this easier for attendees, here are three options (in order of convenience) in which we can accept the verified test results.
Option #1: We are working with CityHealth to provide a safe, verifiable, and convenient option for attendees to take a rapid antigen test with a virtual observer anytime within 24 hours before arriving at Stanford. This option will be hosted by Stanford Law School, so there will be no cost to attendees. To start the process:
Option #2: Participants can provide a negative COVID-19 test from a verifiable pharmacy source (Walgreens, CVS, Rite-Aid) or healthcare provider taken within 24 hours prior to the start of the program. If a participant chooses to take a COVID-19 test from a verifiable pharmacy source or healthcare provider, the proof of a negative test should clearly indicate:
Acceptable documents include a hard copy of test results or an email or text message displayed on a phone/device from the test provider or laboratory.
Option #3: If you are unable to schedule an appointment for a test within 24 hours of arriving on campus or you do not receive your results in time, we will provide rapid antigen tests on-site. You will still follow the CityHealth process in option #1, and take the test with the observer online, from Stanford Law School.
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|During the event||We will have rapid antigen test kits on hand for symptomatic testing. Participants exhibiting symptoms should be tested to determine if they are COVID-19 positive. All COVID-19 positive participants will need to isolate for at least 5 days and obtain a negative antigen test before returning to the program.|
Face Coverings: Based on local COVID-19 metrics being met, the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and Stanford University have updated their masking requirements. Stanford University guidelines now state that “masks are no longer required, but are strongly recommended.”
Domestic/International Travel Regulations:
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