No spectators at spring 2021 Athletics events

February 24, 2021

With the health of our community as our paramount responsibility, Colorado State University’s Pandemic Preparedness Team will continue to keep Athletics sports closed to spectators for the Spring semester. This decision is consistent with other COVId-19 restrictions across the university …

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About CSU Public Health Office

January 21, 2021

CSU’s Public Health Office is staffed by trained public health professionals who can provide guidance to individuals about COVID-19. Screening and testing results Isolation and quarantine Assessing potential exposure risks Interviewing individuals with COVID-19 to determine close contacts Coordination with …

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Plans for post-fall break and spring semester

November 02, 2020

Post-Fall Break 2020 All public health guidance and requirements will continue in all university spaces after Fall Break and during spring semester 2021: Limited numbers of students, faculty and staff are allowed in each building during business hours based on unit …

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CSU Data and Testing Town Hall – 10/02/20

October 09, 2020

Data and Testing of Town Hall Video Recording https://vimeo.com/466355448 The CSU Data and Testing Town Hall was held Oct. 2. The Town Hall was open to the CSU community: students, faculty, and staff. The expert panel answered questions live, and …

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CSU saliva screening

October 06, 2020

Colorado State University is rolling out a new test that screens saliva for the virus that cause COVID-19, with the first samples submitted on Oct. 1. This new saliva screening test was developed by CSU researchers and provides the university …

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What is wastewater testing?

September 29, 2020

This letter to the editor was originally published in the Collegian on Sept. 25, 2020 The CSU Pandemic Team thanks CSU students for doing their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and answers the big question: What IS Wastewater …

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Resources for returning to in-person work

September 16, 2020

Remote work Those who can work remotely should plan to continue to do so unless they are notified by their supervisors that an application is approved by the Pandemic Planning Team, support services are in place, and return to university …

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Facilities evaluations

September 13, 2020

CSU has surveyed hundreds of spaces for physical distancing capacity and furniture needs to assure best practices in the configuration of those spaces to meet public health guidance. The university will follow public health orders regarding building occupancy. Currently required …

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