This episode of “Show Me the Science” details how changes in recommendations for masking will be implemented at the university and elsewhere.
Because medical-grade masks already contain multiple layers of barrier, wearing two masks is not recommended, nor has it been shown to provide additional protection against the virus.
Although COVID-19 is not a food-borne illness, sharing food still poses other risks. Find out how to mitigate them.
Masks work double duty to prevent coronavirus transmission — protecting both the wearer and those around them — according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Understand the requirements for traveling safely and find out how to report issues you may have.
ReadySet is a cloud-based, electronic recordkeeping database used exclusively for work-related employee health issues.
The scanners, which use infrared technology to detect people with elevated skin temperatures, will be rolled out in phases.
The university now offers a free phone app designed to promote personal safety on and off campus. It includes COVID-19 updates, a link to the self-screening tool, safety notifications and quick access to emergency procedures and other campus safety resources.
For your safety, please follow these Eye Protection Re-Use & Cleaning Guidelines when using goggles or face shields.