We are moving forward together in a new chapter in the fight against COVID-19. We all play a role in protecting ourselves and each other.
We are prepared with strong plans and safety tools.
What You Need to Know
Lane County has maintained a Low COVID-19 Community Level since mid-March. As the state, county, and our university resume more normal activities and operations due to improved conditions, the university is planning to end or pause some COVID-related programs.
The UO will continue to monitor our Community Level and if there is a change to medium or high, we will determine which programs and prevention measures to resume based on local public health guidance.
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Support and Resources
News and COVID-19 Updates
Campus administrators and staff are actively working to monitor the situation and take precautions to protect the campus community. We have a long-standing university response protocol to support public health within our communities. The Incident Management Team is actively updating plans and protocols in coordination with local, state, and federal health officials. Here are some additional resources you may find helpful to keep you informed.