Testing summary – 10/08/2020

October 09, 2020

Oct 8 testing summary Between Aug. 17 and Oct. 7, the Pandemic Preparedness Team conducted more than 22,280 tests of students (who live on and off campus), faculty and staff, funded by the university. Of those tests administered by CSU, …

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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 test

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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University testing strategy, protocols and updates

September 24, 2020

Testing identified individuals As part of the our commitment to the health of our university community, CSU is testing groups of students, faculty and staff for COVID-19 based on several evolving factors. The university is collecting wastewater at multiple locations …

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Addressing exposure and positive cases

September 13, 2020

When positive COVID-19 cases are discovered, CSU coordinates with Larimer County (or other appropriate counties) on necessary public health steps such as quarantine, self-isolation, etc., of students, faculty and staff, as well as disinfecting spaces as needed. CSU uses contact …

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How and where do I get tested?

September 13, 2020

Colorado State University is committed to the health of our students, faculty, and staff. Free COVID-19 testing is available in Larimer County. COVID-19 tests are also offered at other locations, such as pharmacies. If you choose to get tested at …

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Contact tracing explained

September 11, 2020

It is important for anyone who has been in close contact with someone known to have COVID-19 to help professionally trained CSU public health employees trace your contacts with others who may now be at risk of becoming ill or …

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COVID-19 Quarantine in University Housing FAQ

June 11, 2020

What is the University’s response as individuals associated with CSU are being tested? CSU is in close communication with the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment. When an individual with a connection to campus through study or employment is …

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