Coronavirus Updates and Resources

COVID-19 Updates and Resources

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Campus Updates

Jan. 10, 2022
Be Mindful of COVID in Return to Campus

In their first recorded discussion of the semester, Faculty Senate COVID-19 Working Group committee members Scott Alberts and Nancy Daley-Moore discussed a wide range of topics, including the prevalence of the omicron variant, upgrading masks, vaccines and boosters, new CDC guidance and best practices by the Truman community.

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Jan. 10, 2022
Adair County Health Department Sponsors Vaccine Clinics

The Adair County Health Department has scheduled several opportunities for residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Jan. 5, 2022
Spring 2022 COVID-19 Guidelines

As the Spring 2022 semester begins, Truman will return under the same guidelines that were in place during Fall 2021. Given the minimal risk of COVID-19 transmission in the classroom, we believe we can safely return to campus by adhering to our mitigation strategies.

The indoor mask policy remains in effect, but due to the Omicron variant’s increased infectiousness, you are encouraged to upgrade your cloth masks by adding a filter and/or adding a surgical mask underneath your cloth mask to enhance protection.  More protective options include KN95 masks and N95 masks.
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2021-2022 Campus Plan

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Campus Guidelines


Masks are required inside all campus buildings, regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.  The only exceptions are for dining and when in a personal residence hall room or office.
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While all students and employees are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated, there is no vaccination requirement at this time.

For more information, visit our Health and Wellness section.

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