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Durham University

Covid-19 Response

Health and wellbeing

Wellbeing and support

You can visit our Student Support and Wellbeing pages for further information on the support network available to you at Durham.

Colleges also remain open and available to all students with concerns or queries, with student support, administrative and development staff remaining contactable via telephone and email in the first instance. Contact details are available here.

An overview of how to access support services and other university facilities can also be found in the following FAQ:

Health and safety

List of FAQs

+What to do if I am unwell

If you are unwell, you should not participate in in-person teaching activities.

If you are suffering from any of the symptoms associated with COVID 19 you should get an NHS PCR test. Following any illness if you have, for example, a cough, but are well enough to return to teaching, we expect you to notify teaching staff and others to reduce anxiety amongst those you may come in contact with.