To support public health while maintaining instruction, programs and services on campus this fall, the university continues to offer
“What we’d hope is that you could counter uncertainty by learning more about the world ... (but) that wasn’t the case with COVID-19," says researcher Markus Brauer. "Higher media consumption — seeking out the news — was associated with more emotional distress.”
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With the semester quickly coming to an end, members of the campus community should prepare for several changes to COVID-19 testing and vaccination over the…
Public Health Madison & Dane County shared today that Dane County is now at a “medium” community level for COVID-19. UW–Madison continues to work closely with state and local public health officials.
Through the rest of spring semester, UW–Madison will continue to offer free PCR testing, antigen test kits, and surgical and N95 masks to students and employees. Mandatory testing of unvaccinated individuals is paused, effective April 4.
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Masks may be worn but are no longer required inside university buildings, with a few exceptions. But please respect individual decisions and continue to follow COVID-19 guidance.
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The research team tested seven monoclonal antibodies, three combinations of antibodies, and three antiviral treatments against the BA.2 variant.
Public Health Madison & Dane County (PHMDC) has issued Face Covering Emergency Order #7, which extends the current face mask requirement until March 1. The new order aligns with UW–Madison’s face mask policy.
As the spring semester approaches, an update for students on our COVID-19 guidelines for returning to campus. Throughout the pandemic, Badgers have shown strong commitment to protecting their own health and the health of friends, family, instructors and the broader community by taking steps that are proven to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and prevent serious illness.
Devlin Cole of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health says, "Wear a mask, get vaccinated and boosted … you can still go out and do the things you want to do, but it’s going to take a bit more planning."
Due to the highly infectious omicron variant, an unprecedented number of new cases are being confirmed every day in Dane County right now. PHMDC shares some guidance for what to do if you test positive.
Read this message in: Español Hmoob བོད་སྐད Tibetan 中文 Chinese नेपाली Nepali To our UW–Madison employees, Yesterday, Dec. 30, Madison…
New guidance calls for those who test positive for COVID-19 to isolate at home for at least 5 days and wear a mask when around others for an additional 5 days.