More: Risk Management at EWU
What’s new as of Monday, June 7:
- Next Campus Vaccine Clinic: Wednesday, June 9, in the PUB
- EWU Biology Department Covid-19 Vaccine Q&A
- President May and SRHD’s Dr. Velázquez discuss Covid Vaccines
- #EagsVaxUp: Awareness, Access and Incentives
- CDC Mask Guidance Update
- Covid-19 Vaccine Expectations for the EWU Community
- Free COVID-19 Testing for EWU Students and Employees
- What does Phase 3 mean for EWU?
- Washington State COVID-19 Vaccination Plan: When might you be eligible?
- Fall 2021: planning for the possibility of returning to mostly in-person instruction
- Spring quarter 2021 classes will remain mostly online
- Gov. Inslee announces “Healthy Washington–Roadmap to Recovery”
- The Washington State Department of Health has launched a new app called WA Notify, an anonymous exposure notification tool for smartphones. Learn More
Case Reporting, Tracking & Notification Procedures
EWU is tracking all reported cases, coordinating with public health officials, sanitizing affected areas, and following contact tracing and notification protocols. Individuals and groups who are identified as having been in close contact with someone on campus who has a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be appropriately notified. The CDC has updated the definition of close contact to anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. Should a situation arise with a broader impact, the university will notify the campus community of any issues or concerns.
All employees who are working on one of EWU’s campuses are required to fill out a daily symptom attestation online before coming to campus or immediately upon arrival.