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Stay Safe During the Holidays
Holiday celebrations and traditions are important to everyone. Because many generations and different households usually gather to celebrate holidays, please don’t skimp on practicing precautions that reduce COVID-19 risk. As we approach Thanksgiving and other celebrations, here are some safer ways to celebrate:
Working together and consciously staying safe and protecting yourself and others means all of us will soon be able to enjoy future holiday seasons!
Thanksgiving break campus schedule
There are no classes Nov. 22-26, and campus is closed Nov. 25 and 26. Fall classes resume Nov. 29 and Finals Week ends Dec. 17. Unvaccinated students will be required to complete a COVID-19 test when they return for Winter Term in January. New incoming students for Winter Term must complete the Immunization/Exemption Form by Dec. 17.
Winter Term testing requirements
Unvaccinated students must submit a negative COVID-19 test before attending in-person classes.
On-campus vaccination clinic Dec. 1
Make an appointment or walk in from noon to 2 p.m., on Dec. 1 in the Quinn Coliseum Practice Gym. First and second doses, as well as boosters, will be available for all vaccines. Watch for a sign-up link next week.
Ongoing weekly vaccination clinics and testing for COVID-19
For additional information regarding clinics and testing, visit chdinc.org.
Please do not forget!
Regular hand-washing, proper face coverings and completing the Daily Health Check remain critical to maintaining a safe and healthy learning and work environment. Contact your supervisor if you feel ill, or if you have questions about COVID-19 safety measures. Do not come to campus if you are sick in any way.
Thank you for your vigilance in protecting the welfare of our campus community as we all work to provide a high-quality education in rural Oregon. Find more information at eou.edu/coronavirus.
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday!
Executive Leadership Team
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