Plexiglass barriers, signs placed throughout campus

In preparation for Tulane's return to campus on Aug. 19, plexiglass barriers are being installed throughout campus buildings and classrooms to help reduce the incidence of COVID-19. In addition to the barriers, signs are being placed around campus to remind students, faculty and staff of social distancing, face coverings and room capacity requirements. Photos by Paula-Burch Celentano. 

Signs placed throughout campus, including in front of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, indicate that masks are required.
Workers with AOS Interior Environments connect plexiglass shields in the Registrar's Office in Gibson Hall.
In the Provost's Office, workers assemble the plexiglass parts before installing them around a desk.
Signs in the A.B. Freeman School of Business remind occupants not to move the furniture closer together as it is placed to facilitate social distancing.
Woody Pierre, with AOS Interior Environments, wipes a newly installed panel in the Newcomb Art Museum.
Workers unwrap parts of plexiglass in the Registrar's Office.
Signs on classroom doors in the Freeman School of Business specify the maximum number of occupants allowed.