Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
St. Francis Xavier University

COVID-19 & FAQs

Winter Term 2021

Updates from the university:

TO ACCESS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Information for Students

Information for Faculty & Staff

Information for Parents

Financial Support for Students

Information for Community Members

 

Key Documents: Health and Safety Protocols - Including Quarantine and Isolation Procedures

 

TRAVEL

  • All faculty and staff non-personal travel to countries for which the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued a travel health notice related to COVID-19 at any risk level (1-4 inclusive) is prohibited. 

  • All academically-related student travel to any international destination is prohibited
  • If you are planning personal travel, you are encouraged to stay informed of Global Affairs Canada travel advisories.  You should also check your travel insurance coverage to understand what will and will not be covered at your destination should you become ill – especially if a travel advisory is issued for your destination while you are still there. 

 

RESOURCES

StFX Health and Counselling Centre

St. Martha’s Regional Hospital - 25 Bay Street, Antigonish

  • Emergency: Call 911 or proceed directly to the Emergency Department; open 24/7; after 11 pm enter through the main door

Emergency: Call 911

Government of Canada Public Health

Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness (Public Health)

Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-888-429-8167

Good2Talk Nova Scotia (available 24/7)

  • Professional counsellors provide free, anonymous and confidential telephone counselling to postsecondary students.
  • 1-833-292-3698 (toll-free)

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