University of Maryland campus community members will no longer have to complete daily symptom monitoring checks beginning Thursday, according to a Wednesday email from student affairs vice president Patty Perillo and health center director Spyridon Marinopoulos.

The university has had almost no positive COVID-19 cases on campus in June, and almost 68% of community members on campus are fully vaccinated, according to the email.

While symptoms do not need to be reported to the university, community members should continue to self-monitor and should contact the university’s HEAL Line and isolate if they feel ill, according to the email.

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All other campus requirements, including those on masks, will remain active after Thursday, according to the email. Fully vaccinated community members must wear masks when riding public transportation, participating in activities involving K-12 students and obtaining healthcare services.

Maryland’s state of emergency will also end on Thursday.