Coronavirus Messages and News

 

TRACE testing kit
October 29

UO, OSU partner to measure COVID-19 prevalence in Eugene

A team of student volunteers will go door-to-door Nov. 7-8 to test for coronavirus
Coronavirus testing event
October 29

COVID-19 testing slots available to UO employees and students

The voluntary tests are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis on Nov. 2-6
Illustration of coronavirus
October 29

Celebrating Halloween during the coronavirus pandemic

A message from Vice President for Student Life R. Kevin Marbury and Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh
coronavirus illustration
October 26

COVID-19 UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

UO researchers have received a $4.3 million allocation from the Oregon legislature to expand the UO COVID-19 Monitoring and Assessment Program (MAP).
Monitoring initiative's frontline workers
October 26

UO offering limited COVID-19 testing for employees, students

The voluntary tests are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis Oct. 29-30
Coronavirus
October 22

COVID-19 UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

New face covering regulations, definition of close contact, residence hall Wi-Fi beefed up
Stylized version of coronavirus
October 19

COVID-19 UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

Lane County added to watch list, expanded MAP testing to begin
Coronavirus
October 15

COVID-19 UPDATE: Latest news and campus announcements

Winter term announcement, testing capacity expansion
Doctor with testing swab
October 15

President announces COVID-19 testing capacity expansion

The move will allow more voluntary tests of employees and off-campus students
Coronavirus illustration
October 12

COVID-19 Update: Testing options and contact tracing

Fifty-six UO students in the Corona Corps are now assisting Lane County Public Health in their contact tracing work.

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