Read on for USN Health Team Directors' latest report on COVID-19 cases at 2000 Edgehill.
By Margee Brennan and Jenn Aaron, Health Team Directors
This article was updated on Oct. 7, 2021 to provide the most up-to-date information.
As part of our commitment to public health, each week we will share an update on the number of USN students, faculty, and staff with positive COVID-19 cases and those in quarantine. We hope this transparency helps families feel confident in our work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
As always, if you or your student is experiencing COVID-related symptoms, please contact the Health Room to receive a test. If you have additional questions or concerns, we encourage you to refer to the Health Room FAQ here in which we've compiled the latest information regarding our protocols and procedures based on those of the Centers for Disease Control and Tennessee Department of Health.
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