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Latest COVID-19 Communications
February 22, 2021
As many of you know, Texas Christian University has partnered with Baylor Scott & White Health and Tarrant County Public Health on a drive-thru community COVID-19 vaccination site at Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU is collaborating with BSWH and TCPH as a service to our neighbors and to help bring an end to this devastating pandemic.
What to Do?Navigating COVID-19 decisions can be tough. We're here to help guide you through different scenarios, like what to do if you've been exposed or tested positive.
A Healthy Campus Is in Our Hands
Here’s what you can do to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Always keep six feet of distance between yourself and others whenever possible.
Wear a cloth face covering indoors and outdoors when physical distancing isn't possible.
Wash your hands well and often with soap and water or alcohol-based sanitizer.
Monitor your health daily for COVID-19 symptoms. If you feel sick, stay home.
Practice good hygiene: sneeze and cough into your elbow, and minimize using your hands.
Testing & TracingFrom daily symptom monitoring to isolation protocols, TCU has embraced robust testing and contract tracing measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
What the Semester Looks LikeSolving problems in real time is a valuable skill. The Horned Frog community is here to support each other as we create new opportunities.
Return to Campus: A Phased ApproachEmployees have returned to campus following a three-part plan. This phased approach has allowed us to carry on the TCU mission while promoting safety.
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