In regard to COVID-19, the health and well-being of our residents and staff is always our utmost priority. Please visit our resource page for more info.

COVID-19 RULES AND REGULATIONS

Please carefully read the Campus Advantage Rules and Regulations related to COVID-19 as you are held to them pursuant to your lease, and most importantly, these guidelines will help us all work together to create safe communities for all.

COVID-10 RULES AND REGULATIONS
USE OF AMENITIES AND COMMON AREAS

The health and safety of our residents are our number one priority, and we all have a role in limiting the spread of COVID-19. These rules and regulations, primarily related to the fitness center, common areas, and all other amenity areas and shared spaces of the Property outside of residential units (each individually a “Facility” and collectively the “Facilities”), have been developed with the health and safety of residents, their guests, and property staff in mind and in accordance with state/local orders and guidance from public health authorities. Please help us stop the spread of COVID-19.

The Rules and Regulations of the Property are amended to include the following additional rules and regulations, which are incorporated as part of each Resident’s Lease, effective immediately:

Each Resident of the Property (“you”) must:

  1. Follow health and safety guidance from state/local government public health and other authorities. Additional resources can be found online at: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) – www.coronavirus.gov
  2. Comply with all posted signs and published rules relating to the use of specific Facilities, including occupancy limits and protective measures.
  3. Maintain safe physical distancing (at least 6 feet from others, except members of the same household) whenever possible. Be patient with others when waiting to use a shared space by
    avoiding creating lines or crowding others. Avoid taking actions that could potentially risk safedistancing protocol. Avoid any contact method of greeting with co-residents, property staff, and others.
  4. Residents are strongly encouraged to wear a cloth or other facial covering at all times when in the Facilities, except when swimming at a Facility pool, eating or drinking. Note that facial coverings may be required by state/local government public health and other authorities. If you have a specific medical condition that prevents you from wearing a facial covering, please contact property staff.
  5. Follow these commonly recommended CDC Guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus:
    • Wash your hands often with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds, including upon entry into any common area and after using any Facility or interacting with others, and after
      handling or picking up mail and packages.
    • Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
    • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the inside of your elbow. Throw used tissues in the trash and immediately wash hands or use hand sanitizer.
  6. Clean and disinfect equipment, furniture or high-touch surfaces that are shared before and after use. In certain Facilities, disinfecting sprays may be made available at common locations which can be used for this purpose and returned. Where Property-provided disinfecting sprays are not readily available, Residents must bring wipes or sprays from home that meet CDC standards for disinfecting for this purpose.
  7. Comply with adjusted amenity hours and occupancy limits for Facilities, and do not modify the layout of Facilities (adjusted to accommodate social distancing). Leave any indoor or outdoor furniture where it is – do not move furniture. For public health and other reasons, Landlord may limit access to or close Facilities or portions thereof from time to time.
  8. Do not host or engage in any gatherings in the Facilities of more than 10 people (or such fewer number of people as may be required by Landlord, property manager, or local authorities), and when hosting visitors or small groups, continue to practice social distancing and other health protocols.
  9. Require your guests and visitors at the Property to comply with these rules and regulations regarding COVID-19. You are responsible for the compliance of your guests. At the request of
    Landlord or property manager because of public health concerns, limit or eliminate the number of guests and visitors that you bring and may bring to or through the Facilities.
  10. Self-screen before utilizing any Facility or entering any enclosed common area for any of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19: cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headaches, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, diarrhea, feeling feverish or measured temperature greater than or equal to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, or known close contact with a person who is confirmed to have COVID19. If you have any of these symptoms or have close contact with a person who is confirmed to have COVID-19, DO NOT USE THE FACILITIES FOR ANY RECREATIONAL OR NONESSENTIAL USE WHILE SUCH SYMPTOMS PERSIST OR AFTER ANY SUCH CONTACT AND THEREAFTER FOR ANY SELF-QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION PERIOD REQUIRED OR RECOMMENDED BY PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS, AND CONTACT YOUR PERSONAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FOR MEDICAL ADVICE.
  11. If you receive a confirmed positive test for the illness, INFORM ONE OF THE PROPERTY STAFF IMMEDIATELY, AND DO NOT USE THE FACILITIES FOR ANY RECREATIONAL OR NONESSENTIAL
    USE DURING ANY SELF-QUARANTINE OR ISOLATION PERIOD REQUIRED OR RECOMMENDED BY PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS. You are expected to cooperate with Landlord, property manager and public health authorities in providing information that will allow Landlord, property manager, and public officials to determine whether you may have exposed other residents, property staff, visitors to the Facilities or others to COVID-19, as applicable. It may be necessary for Landlord and property manager to make a general disclosure to inform other residents that a co-resident tested positive for COVID-19, but Landlord and property manager will maintain confidentiality as, and to the extent, required by applicable law. In some situations, Landlord and property manager may be required to discuss cases of COVID-19 with public health officials to support contact tracing.
  12. Promptly contact property staff if you notice a co-resident violating any of these Rules and Regulations.
  13. USE THE FACILITIES AT YOUR SOLE RISK. ALWAYS ASSUME THAT ANYONE COULD HAVE COVID-19. The Landlord and property manager make no representation or warranty that Facilities are free of COVID-19 or that persons using the Facilities are not infected with COVID-19. COVID-19 is highly contagious and is believed to spread primarily through person-to-person contact, airborne contaminants, and contact with surfaces. Residents may be exposed to or infected with COVID-19 at the Property or as a result of residing at the Property or using any of the Facilities, and such exposure or infection may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability or death. Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, information has changed rapidly and best practices continue to evolve and change. The additional rules and regulations set forth above are subject to further revision as additional guidance is provided from governmental agencies and others.

A violation of the Property’s Rules and Regulations, including the rules and regulations listed above, shall constitute a violation of the Lease; in which case, Landlord shall be entitled to pursue all rights and remedies pursuant to the Lease and applicable law.