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Prevention: Physical Distancing and PPE

Guidance to help prevent disease spread

Keep up the habits that help prevent COVID-19 infection

Health and Safety This chart includes COVID-19 guidelines such as wearing a mask, using the University's chatbot, washing your hands, and standing apart.

Here’s additional details and guidance:

  • Wear a face mask. Reference FAQs about where masks need to be worn.
  • As required, complete the Dr. Chat Bot symptom screening tool every day prior to arriving on campus. For the health of all University community members, everyone must act responsibly and honestly when filling out Dr. Chat Bot.
  • Clean hands frequently with soap and water (wash for at least 20 seconds) or alcohol-based sanitizer.
  • Maintain social distancing—putting 6 feet of space between you and others in your daily interactions.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay hydrated and get plenty of rest.
  • Commit to following health and safety guidelines.

 

Latest updates

Faculty and Staff
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February 25, 2021 | 12:47 pm

Vaccinated? Here are the important things to keep doing on campus

Everyone who has already received the COVID vaccine must remain committed and accountable to the semester’s pandemic protocols that mitigate COVID infection and transmission.

topics: All Students, February 2021, Health Monitoring, Human Resources, PPE, Vaccine,
Health and Safety
Featured
February 24, 2021 | 09:27 am

#CovURup social media competition submissions due March 5

Undergraduate students in AS&E and Eastman can submit photos of themselves and their friends having fun while practicing COVID-19 safety guidelines for a chance to win a prize.

topics: February 2021, PPE, Spring 2021,
Faculty and Staff
Featured
February 9, 2021 | 09:20 am

Urgent Message from UHS Director Dr. Ralph Manchester

COVID-19 cases continue to grow rapidly among our undergraduate student population. The UHS Director details steps you can take to help prevent a "pause".

topics: Academics, All Students, Dining, February 2021, Health Monitoring, Human Resources, PPE, Spring 2021,
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