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COVID-19 Information for EMI Students

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The health, wellness and safety of our students, instructors and staff is paramount. NETC staff is continuously monitoring and evaluating the national COVID-19 situation and the current guidance in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Based on COVID-19 conditions, training at the NETC campus will be evaluated weekly.

If you are ill within 14 days prior to training, we ask that you do not attend training. We want you to closely monitor your health and avoid situations or areas that are high risk for COVID-19 or other fever-related illnesses 14 days prior to arriving.

Vaccination and Screening requirements

  • Vaccination: The NETC will no longer require vaccination or other proof of vaccination for contractors, visitors, students, and instructors.
  • Screening Testing: The NETC will no longer require COVID-19 screening testing regardless of community level or vaccination status.


  • All individuals will be required to mask when being transported by the federal bus to and from campus. Masks are also required indoors at the NETC when CDC community levels are HIGH. Individuals may choose to mask indoors when CDC community levels are MEDIUM or LOW.

Steps we're taking to protect you

We have put in place various COVID-19 mitigation measures on the NETC campus. These mitigation measures are like what you are currently experiencing in your state or jurisdiction. We will implement priority behavior practices daily on the NETC campus as follows:

  1. Frequently washing hands or the use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
  2. Avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
  3. Staying at home when sick, or in other words, not making the trip to NETC.
  4. Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.