A group of nearly 40 interdisciplinary faculty met in a Zoom meeting to share the COVID-19 efforts of their various teams and explore ways to work together to accelerate progress in the fight against the virus.
Campus Messages regarding COVID-19
Information about students returning to campus, accessing residence halls, and available health services.
Updates on university-sponsored spring break activities and travel precautions.
Guidelines and recommendations for preparing for spring break.
A call to monitor for symptoms caused by new coronavirus.
Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19
Students showing symptoms should schedule an appointment with your UHC Primary Care Provider by calling 706-542-1162 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m). Please DO NOT walk-in.
All others, please contact your community healthcare provider.
Many UHC services are still available. Please check the UHC website for updates on accessing available serves.
Effective July 15, 2020, the University of Georgia—along with all University System of Georgia (USG) institutions—will require all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where six feet social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use will be in addition to and is not a substitute for social distancing. Face coverings will not be required when alone in an enclosed office or study room, in campus outdoor settings where social distancing requirements are met, or for students in their own residence hall rooms or suites. Anyone not using a face covering when required will be asked to wear one or must leave the area. Repeated refusal to comply with the requirement may result in discipline through the applicable conduct code for faculty, staff, or students. Reasonable accommodations may be made for those who are unable to wear a face covering for documented health reasons; employees seeking such an accommodation should follow the ADA accommodations process outlined in the July 7 campus message while students should follow the Disability Resource Center's existing accommodations process.
You can help prevent illness by taking several simple steps:
- Practice good hand hygiene.
- Do not touch your face, eyes or mouth unless your hands are clean.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your sleeve.
- Stay home if you’re feeling sick.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
- Be open with your travel history or possible exposure to others.
- Respond to the DawgCheck questionnaire every day before leaving your home or dorm room.
- Report positive COVID-19 tests through DawgCheck.