UO launches new website for COVID-19 information

Homepage view of UO's coronavirus website

The University of Oregon has launched an updated website dedicated to sharing information and resources related to COVID-19.

“The new site is designed to help people to quickly and easily find the information they need about how the university is addressing COVID-19 and planning for a safe resumption of campus activity,” said Kyle Henley, vice president for University Communications. “The communications team worked with the stakeholders from across campus to curate information for students, faculty, staff, administrators and the greater community about resources and plans to help us all navigate this uncertain time.”

The new website, accessible at coronavirus.uoregon.edu, went live Aug. 10. It combines a number of previous COVID-19 webpages about the university’s response, services and planning related to the coronavirus.

The  website is organized by topic and all of the site is now searchable, allowing users to more easily find information and answers to frequently asked questions.

For example, if someone wants to learn more about the safety and prevention efforts, they can click on the prevention tab and read about the requirements for face coverings, reductions in density, increased cleaning and improvements to air handling in buildings and classrooms.

Links to the new COVID-19 Resources website can be found on most UO websites and the university’s main home page, or by typing coronavirus.uoregon.edu directly into your web browser.