Nelida Acosta, senior administrative assistant to the vice president of strategic university partnerships, turns in her daily health self-certification at a check-in station while Arizona campus security officer Ricardo Dozier takes her temperature.
September 23, 2020
Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
Per ATSU’s new health and safety requirements, each person entering campus has a daily checklist to follow. Everyone must wear a face covering, maintain appropriate physical distance, complete the health self-certification form, and check in at a specified location for a temperature reading.