So you’re between classes or eating lunch or just relaxing and you want to enjoy the outdoors for a bit. Chamberlain Field is always a great spot.
But once you’re there, what about social distancing to prevent spreading COVID-19? How can you tell what’s six feet and what’s not in order to protect yourself and everyone else?
Well, now there’s an easy way.
Circles have been painted across the half of the field nearest the pavilion. Each is big enough for one person and each is six feet away from the others, meeting the campus guidelines for social distancing.
The circles are not a requirement; you don’t have to sit in them. They’re simply a visual tool to help make the right decision.
And helping to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is always the right decision.