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Cornell Tech is closely monitoring the development of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in NYC and surrounding areas. The health, safety and well-being of our community is our top priority, and we are working closely with local and state public health officials.

Unless otherwise noted below, Cornell Tech is following Cornell University policies and procedures. For more information on the coronavirus and university wide updates: https://www.cornell.edu/coronavirus/

Cornell University’s coronavirus Resources & Updates 

Cornell Tech Operating Status

Classes: Cornell Tech expects to offer classes in a hybrid model for the Fall 2020 semester pending approval from New York State.
Employees: Employees should work remotely for all roles unless otherwise communicated by their supervisor.
The Café: The Café and Parliament will only be offering items to-go due to newly implemented city-wide regulation. Orders can be placed through Door Dash (delivery) or GrubHub (pick-up only). The dining area is closed. The variety of offerings and the hours of operation will remain the same.
The House: The House at Cornell Tech remains open and fully operational for the students, faculty and researchers who reside in this apartment building.

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Coronavirus Cases within the Cornell Tech Campus Community

To date, Cornell Tech has been notified of two confirmed cases of the coronavirus within our campus community. We were notified of the first confirmed case on March 24.

Despite the rate of COVID-19 cases in New York City decreasing, public health officials continue to recommend good personal hygiene practices, social distancing (minimize the number of interactions that provide the opportunity for the disease to spread) and avoiding contact with others if you feel ill as the best ways to help stop the spread of the virus.