Drexel Public Health Guidelines: Indoor Dining

Nesbitt Hall lobby (3215 Market St.) is now a designated eating area.

Meals often serve as an important and enjoyable time to socialize with others. However, mask removal indoors can increase the risk of viral transmission. In general, it is always safer to eat outdoors regardless of your vaccination status, so plan your schedule to make this option possible. 

Eating indoors on campus is allowed only in designated eating areas such as dining halls and eateries, during approved events, and in a select number of indoor eating areas that are primarily located in the center city campus at this time. For more information, view the “Dining” section of the Drexel Public Health Guidelines page.

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