January 10, 2022
The meteoric rise of Omicron is just getting started. Both the Trudeau and Ford governments announced a series of measures to slow the spread of this virus. As it has since March 2020, the University of Ottawa will continue to do what needs to be done to protect our students, professors, and support staff, and all members of our communities.
Operational InformationThe AEL AMS laboratory is currently operating at 90% capacity. Due to restrictions on gathering limits and other limitations imposed by the provincial government, there may be delays in laboratory operations.
Please contact us BEFORE shipping any samples (especially if these are time sensitive) and include tracking numbers in your correspondence. To maintain a safe and healthy environment for our personnel, lab capacity has been limited and processing times may be longer than usual.
We thank you for your continued patience, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
For more campus wide information: https://www.uottawa.ca/coronavirus/en