May 16: Pandemic Preparedness Team public health update

May 17, 2021

From: Pandemic Preparedness Team Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2021 To: All Students, Faculty, Staff and Associates Dear Faculty, staff and students, With changing Centers for Disease Control, Colorado and Larimer County guidance, we know many of you are wondering if …

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How saliva screening samples are processed

February 16, 2021

Note: Information in the saliva screening consent and registration process was inadvertently outdated regarding the “pooling” of samples and how results are communicated. We apologize for this error.  The laboratory that processes saliva samples uses the following steps to identify individuals who may …

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It’s OK not to be OK: mental health resources

January 19, 2021

All Rams Students Faculty and Staff Tell Someone is a university resource where anyone can report concerns about the safety or mental health of a student, faculty or staff member. If you believe someone is at risk of immediate harm, …

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Wash hands for 20 seconds

September 23, 2020

Why is washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds important?  The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is wrapped in an envelope of fat. The layer of fat is dissolved by soap; when it is dissolved, the virus falls …

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University Travel during Coronavirus

September 16, 2020

CSU Pandemic Preparedness Team has issued broad university guidance for summer and fall 2021. This includes travel guidance. Beginning May 16: University restrictions on domestic travel are lifted Travelers should follow public health guidance at their destination (domestic or international) …

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Cleaning procedures

September 13, 2020

CSU Facilities Management Custodial crews clean and disinfect university spaces daily and commonly touched surfaces more frequently following procedures and using disinfectants endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control. More information about Facilities Management Cleaning Protocols CSU faculty, staff and …

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Advice for supervisors if an employee reports symptoms

September 13, 2020

Employees with symptoms should not come to work until they have talked with a CSU Public Health official. Employees should report their symptoms to the university via the COVID Reporter. It is possible for individuals to experience symptoms of COVID-19 …

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