This Plan also incorporates the latest University of Arizona Campus Re-entry Plan Working Group directives, including those published by the Implementation Team; the Test, Trace, and Treat Team; and the UArizona Return to the University Workplace Team. If and when new or revised guidance is provided, this Plan will be updated to reflect those changes.
Arizona Law adopts UArizona’s “Test, Trace, Treat” plan of action and additional principles outlined here:
Following UArizona guiding principles, this Plan recognizes and commits to equitable outcomes for individuals and groups at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 according to the CDC including older adults and people with underlying health conditions.
Furthermore, Arizona Law recognizes the disparate impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on particular communities, e.g. our frontline workers, communities of color, and lower income workers. The CDC highlights the “long-standing systemic health and social inequities” as contributing factors to this disparate impact. The College will continue to monitor and attempt to mitigate these disparate impacts through such accommodations as UArizona and other applicable law and policies allow. It is imperative that this Plan provide equitable opportunities and outcomes for all members of the Arizona Law community regardless of position.
The overall outcome goals of this Plan are to: