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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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COVID-19 Cases  Video Updates and Tips

Jan. 25, 2021
Round of Vaccines Ready for Targeted Groups Only

The second round of COVID-19 vaccines in Adair County is scheduled for Jan. 27 at the NEMO Fairgrounds. This will again be a drive-through clinic from 10 a.m. until 5:45 p.m. The limited number of doses will be administered to target groups, not to the general public.

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Prevention Strategies for Spring 2021

In order to be successful and stay face-to-face during the spring 2021 semester, we need to continue to work together as a community:

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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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