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If you’ve had close contact with someone who is confirmed to have or is being evaluated for COVID-19, you should immediately contact the Student Health Center or your local provider for directions regarding testing and/or care.

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April 12, 2021
COVID Vaccines Now Open to All

In their weekly meeting, Faculty Senate COVID-19 Working Group committee members Christine Harker and Scott Alberts discussed increased vaccine availability and what it could mean for the fall semester.
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April 12, 2021
ATSU to Host Public Vaccination Clinic April 14

A.T. Still University’s Kirksville Family Medicine will host a public COVID-19 vaccine clinic, scheduled for 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. April 14. The clinic will take place at ATSU’s Gutensohn Clinic, located at 800 W. Jefferson St.
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April 12, 2021
Health Department to Host Public Vaccination Clinic April 15

The Adair County Health Department will host a vaccination event at the Health Department, April 15. The Moderna vaccine will be available for anyone 18 years of age or older.

Registration can be completed here. Appointments can also be made by calling 660.730.6100 or 660.730.6200. The health department will schedule additional clinics based on the number of registrations for this clinic. Questions can be directed to 660.665.8491

April 12, 2021
Local Vaccine Providers

All Missouri residents are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.

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Face Coverings Required

Face Covering RequiredTuman State University requires face coverings for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors while on campus. Wearing facial coverings at all times when inside university-owned and controlled buildings will be mandatory EXCEPT:

  • When in a private office (individuals may require facial coverings in their private offices)
  • For students, when in their assigned residence hall room
  • When eating and drinking
  • When an alternative has been approved as part of the Americans with Disabilities Act or religious observance accommodation processes
  • Outdoors when a social distance of at least six feet can be maintained

Maintain a social distance of six feet at all times.

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