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Tuck Update on New Travel Restrictions

A message from Dean Matthew J. Slaughter 

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March 12, 2020

Dear members of the Tuck community,

As many know, on Wednesday evening the Trump Administration announced new restrictions on travel from Europe to the United States beginning Friday, March 13, at 11:59 p.m.

At this time, these restrictions apply only to foreign nationals travelling from 26 European countries, and do not apply to U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, and their family members.

In addition, as the Dartmouth COVID-19 Task Force notified campus this morning, any individual returning to our community from Europe should be aware that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has now issued a Level 3 travel warning for most European countries. As with all other Level 3 and Level 2 countries, travelers returning from those locations should self-quarantine off campus for 14 days before returning to campus. Click here for more information about self-quarantine.

So that we at Tuck can make every effort to help ensure the safety of those in our community who are potentially impacted by these new restrictions, I am urging all Tuck students, faculty, and staff who are currently traveling internationally to contact us to share both your current location and your scheduled return date.

Here are the appropriate Tuck representatives whom you should contact.

Given the rapidly evolving nature of travel restrictions, I encourage everyone to please visit the Dartmouth coronavirus website for the latest information on Dartmouth’s current travel programs and policies, including travel restrictions and advisories.

As always, if you have any questions about any aspect of these unprecedented times, please reach out to me or to any member of the Deans’ Office.

Thanks very much.

 

Matthew J. Slaughter
Dean of the Tuck School of Business

 


 

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