This message covers: booster doses, new locations/schedule for antigen test kit pickup, and key resources
Here’s a quick rundown of masking at UW-Madison. Don’t forget, we all have to wear masks indoors! Campus has extended its masking policy to at least March 1. All individuals, regardless of vaccination status, must wear an acceptable face covering properly fitted to cover the wearer’s nose and mouth at all times in UW-Madison indoor public spaces.
To continue meeting our commitments to both campus operations and employee safety, FP&M will rely on best practices to address the impact of the COVID-19 omicron variant. Please see the Jan. 1, 2022 message from AVC Cindy Torstveit, now available in translated versions.
Omicron variant in Dane County, booster doses, and recommended actions to take before traveling
Testing during winter break, reminder: mask policy extended, Spring semester testing, update on employee vaccination mandate, and how to stay informed
UW–Madison’s requirement that masks be worn in indoor spaces is extended to Jan. 15
The executive order requires that employees complete their vaccination series no later than Jan. 4, 2022
Look out for a change in campus-wide communications to employees who haven’t uploaded a COVID-19 vaccine record and also haven’t been doing weekly COVID-19 testing
As we begin a new academic year, we want to share with you some encouraging news about campus vaccination efforts and some important health and safety reminders
Effective August 30, employees and students who have not shared proof of COVID-19 vaccination with UHS will be required to test weekly on campus
Please be aware of continuous changes in travel policies
Face masks and face coverings are to be ordered from the MDS warehouse through ShopUW+ at no cost
Effective Thursday, August 5, all students, employees and visitors to campus will be required to wear masks when inside campus buildings
App for iPhone and Android (version 10 and above) replaces the Safer Badgers app to access COVID-19 testing
Fully vaccinated people will no longer be required to wear face coverings in most indoor spaces June 2
Health protocols have changed for the summer of 2021. Know what to do. See translated versions of this message
Looking back, what do you see? Share your insights and wisdom so that it might help others.
EID Plan updates, preparing for a “New Normal,” exercise to support FP&M space planning
Furlough has been reduced by 1 day. Please assure that you do not over-use furlough
Some activities on campus will change after the end of spring semester