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No. On March 24, 2020, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott issued an executive order that requires all nonessential businesses/employees to stay at home until at least April 15. This means that, after 5 p.m. on March 25, 2020, faculty, students, and staff are not permitted to come into the office or laboratory to perform research duties. If there are CRITICAL needs for which you must come into a building (e.g., turning off equipment, retrieving important documents/supplies from your office, etc.), you may do so sparingly, but this should be communicated to and approved by your dean before you come back to campus.

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