Read the latest Government Guidelines and Updates on COVID-19.

While there is no longer any legal or national requirement to wear face-coverings/masks in most settings the University is recommending  that students and staff continue to wear face-coverings/masks in all teaching and learning spaces, including lectures, laboratories, kitchens, workshops, indoor buildings, shared communal areas and the library to continue to keep our community safe. Please read this guide to make sure you’re wearing a face-covering correctly.

If you have a confirmed COVID-19 infection, have symptoms of COVID-19, or are a close contact it is it important that you follow current Public Health Guidelines with regard to isolation periods, mask wearing requirements and testing requirements. Remember you must self-isolate if you are symptomatic (even if you are fully vaccinated and boosted) or if you are diagnosed with COVID-19. Do not come on campus, as there is a high risk you could spread the virus.

Risk Assessments

If you would like to see a copy of the Risk Assessment for your area, please contact your Head of School/Department or the relevant Health & Safety Campus contact below:

Campus Contact
Blanchardstown David Gavin
Grangegorman, Aungier Street and Bolton Street

Tallaght Paul Campbell