Category COVID-19 campus response
Changes have been made to UW–Madison sponsored travel for employees, graduate students, and undergraduates participating in in-person research or instructional field activities as well as registered student organizations (RSOs).
The following guidance was shared from Chancellor Rebecca Blank to campus leaders on March 23, 2021: PRE-COLLEGE For summer 2021, all UW–Madison-sponsored pre-college activities…
The number of people in the UW–Madison community who have reported receiving at least one dose of the vaccine, whether on campus or off, now exceeds 10,000.
Nearly 10,000 students and employees have received at least one shot of either a two-dose or one-dose vaccine, both at UHS and reported off campus.
Last evening we learned of violent shootings in Georgia that killed eight people, six of them of Asian descent, and are once again disheartened by the tragic loss of lives. As we mourn the losses, we recognize the perpetuation of bias and hatred toward our Asian and Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American (APIDA) community members.
Employees and students who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to participate in routine on-campus testing. The MyUHS portal at University Health Services is now the place to check your vaccine eligibility and find vaccination appointments on campus.
This week, University Health Services is expanding COVID-19 vaccination appointments to all non-student employees working in person. Rather than receiving an email, the MyUHS portal will replace emails for accessing eligibility information and appointment options.
The university wants to ensure that employees have sufficient time to use their vacation hours and will not end up losing this earned time.
Students and employees are strongly encouraged to avoid recreational travel this spring to prevent contracting and spreading COVID-19.
University Health Services is offering vaccines as quickly as possible to eligible members of the campus community, but limited vaccine supply means there is not yet enough for everyone. Expect an email within the next several weeks, or check with your health care provider or community vaccinators.
Effective March 8, campus events may be held for up to 50 people indoors and up to 150 people outdoors. Facial coverings and maintaining physical distancing are required.
Effective March 8, the new campus events policy will allow up to 50 people to gather indoors and up to 150 people outdoors.
Beginning March 1, the state will make additional populations eligible for vaccination, but because of limited supplies, UHS will not be able to offer vaccine immediately to everyone newly eligible.
The following message was sent from UHS Executive Director Jake Baggott to students, faculty and staff on Feb. 19. Read this message in Español…
On Thursday, February 18, Public Health Madison and Dane County announced that a case of COVID-19 caused by a variant of the virus called…
This weekly update on campus COVID-19 testing and Safer Badgers covers testing updates, vaccine updates and how to get help
More than 4,000 are being awarded automatic grants. Also, some funds will be reserved for any undergraduate or graduate students experiencing emergency financial hardship.
Since Jan. 5, when University Health Services began providing COVID-19 vaccines to members of the UW–Madison community, more than 7,000 shots have been given to eligible employees and students.
This has been a significant week for campus, as enforcement of building access based on the Badger Badge began Wednesday. Early reports suggest widespread compliance: people are getting tested and arriving at building entrances prepared to show their green (access granted) Badger Badge screen.
Many employees have been deferring time off because they could not travel, spend time with family and friends, or get away from managing pandemic-related issues. But time off from work at regular intervals is important.