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This is Arizona State University’s official source of information about COVID-19 and important information for the ASU community. The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention has the most up-to-date information about the status of COVID-19 in the U.S. You also can find more from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Returning to campus for spring 2022
Jan. 5, 2022
The spread of COVID-19 and its fast-moving omicron variant means that we will continue our efforts to manage the spread of COVID-19 as we return to campus. Here is a quick look at our approach this spring:
The result? A comprehensive plan to manage the spread of COVID-19 with the many tools we have developed and deployed over the past two years.
Posted: Jan. 5, 2022, at 1:45 p.m.
We urge the Sun Devil community to get vaccinated (and boosted) against COVID-19 and to follow protocols about face coverings inside buildings and in crowded places. Testing is also crucial and available at no charge to the ASU community through Devils’ drop-off at multiple locations. ASU Health Services and Employee Health have COVID-19 vaccines, third doses and boosters; students and employees can begin that process through the ASU point-and-click health portal.
If you test positive or have symptoms, we ask that you follow the CDC recommended steps to self-isolate and avoid contact with others, except to get medical care. Students should contact ASU Health Services (480-965-3349 or eoss.asu.edu/health), who will advise you about scheduling a telehealth or in-person appointment; students should also contact their professors. Employees should contact their supervisors and the Employee Wellness Exposure Management team at 480-727-6517 or EmployeeWellness@exchange.asu.edu.
If you are experiencing increased anxiety or stress, please contact ASU Counseling Services at 480-965-6146 to speak with a counselor. We’re here to help.