Video Q&A: Inside the Reopening of Duke's Buildings and Facilities During COVID-19

Facilities and health experts discuss building prep, social distancing and more

John Noonan, left, vice president for Facilities Management, and Matthew Stiegel, director of the Occupational and Environmental Safety Office, discuss preparation of buildings, social distancing and more.

While a majority of university staff continue to work remotely through June to combat COVID-19, Duke University leaders are closely coordinating the gradual, safe reopening of core campus buildings and facilities.

What will such a reopening look like?

John Noonan, vice president for Facilities Management, and Matthew Stiegel, director of the Occupational and Environmental Safety Office, join Working@Duke Editor Leanora Minai to discuss how buildings are being prepared, social distancing layouts and other protocols in accordance with Duke's "Guide for Returning to the Workplace."

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