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As Union County experiences increases in daily case numbers, it is critical that we remain diligent about following basic health behaviors:
Guidance for a range of illness and close contact exposure scenarios, as well as definitions can be found at eou.edu/coronavirus/covid-exposure.
Vaccination clinic Feb. 2
12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Quinn Practice Gym
Make an appointment at chdinc.org/feb2-eou-clinic or walk-in (wait times will vary).
All vaccines and boosters will be available, as well as general information about COVID vaccines. Those who have received a booster shot are not required to quarantine if they’re exposed to COVID-19 and don’t show signs of illness.
Testing clinics for students Tuesdays and Fridays
Student Affairs has resources to test symptomatic and COVID-positive students, as well as those students who have been exposed to COVID-19. These students must test negative before they return to in-person classes. Additional information has been sent to students via email.
Employees who have symptoms or need a test have several options
Students with questions should contact Student Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the COVID Hotline at 541-962-3260. Employees with questions should contact their supervisor or Human Resources (email@example.com).
Thank you for your continuing patience and diligence.
Executive Leadership Team
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