Deadline nears for students who have not uploaded their vaccination records
Deadline nears for students who have not uploaded their vaccination records
Quick Quack
Thursday, September 16, 2021
COVID-19 Updates
  • Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated students and employees are required to take part in weekly COVID-19 testing starting Monday, Sept. 27.
  • All students need to upload vaccination records to myUOHealth by Monday, Sept. 27. It takes time to verify vaccination cards, so upload your information now to avoid delay in processing your information. All non-compliant students will be subject to a registration hold on Tuesday, September 28, and disenrollment from the university.
  • More than 95% of UO students and employees who submitted records are fully vaccinated. Cases and test results can be tracked on our COVID-19 Safety Resources website.
  • The UO will continue to enforce safety regulations on campus. Masks are required in all buildings, and proof of vaccinations or negative COVID tests are required at large-scale public events.
MAP is Hiring
  • MAP, the UO’s COVID-19 testing program, is hiring student positions, including test facilitators, lab assistants, and K-12 intake screening team members for fall term. Positions can be found on Handshake. Schedules can be flexible and pay $16 per hour.
  • As our flock returns for fall term, Ducks are stronger when we move forward together.
Wellness and Prevention
  • The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outline some general precautions to minimize the spread of respiratory diseases.
  • The university has a limited supply of free wellness kits available to students, faculty, and staff beginning Sept. 20. The kits—which include hand sanitizer, UO branded masks, and a thermometer—can be picked up with a valid UO ID at the EMU O Desk while supplies last. Limit one kit per person.
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The UO’s Monitoring and Assessment Program can now manage 4,000 COVID-19 tests a week.
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