- Letter from Chancellor Glenn Boyce to faculty, staff and students
- Letter from Provost Noel Wilkin to faculty and staff
- Letter from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Charlotte Pegues to students
- have two or more layers,
- cover your nose and mouth,
- fit snugly,
- don’t have gaps, and
- have a nose wire.
Have been boosted
Completed the primary series of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine within the last 6 months
Completed the primary series of
Completed the primary series of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over 6 months ago and are not boosted
Completed the primary series of J&J over 2 months ago and are not boosted
*If you develop symptoms, get a test and stay home.
- Monday through Friday, 3-7 p.m.
- Saturdays, noon-4 p.m.
- Text “2020” to 833-991-3009 OR click on this link: http://86borders.com/l/68415e8f
- Complete the Testing Intake Form
- You will receive a confirmation # to present at the testing site
- Show up (with your University-affiliated ID) any day, any time during testing hours that week.
- Students: Call Student Health at 662-915-7274
- Employees: Call Employee Health at 662-915-6550
- Fill out the UHS Self Report form, scan or take a picture of your results and upload both the form and your results to our HIPAA compliant UMBOX. Only University Health Services personnel will be able to view your documentation.
- Download the Everbridge App and select the Report Positive COVID-19 button. Then scan or take a picture of your results and upload it to our HIPAA compliant UMBOX. Only University Health Services personnel will be able to view your documentation.
- CDC Telebriefing on COVID-19 Update
- CDC Expands Booster Shot Eligibility and Strengthens Recommendations for 12-17 Year Olds
- CDC International Travel Requirements and Recommendations
- FDA Shortens Interval for Booster Dose of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine to Five Months
- FDA Takes Multiple Actions to Expand Use of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
- State Health Officer Issues COVID-19 System of Care Order (MSDH)
- COVID-19 Press Conference: Rising cases and hospitalizations, medications outlook (MSDH video)
- UMMC pediatric experts encourage masks, vaccinations for safe in-person learning
- Omicron and Delta variants: What do we know? (UMMC)
- Majority of children hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated (UMMC)
- Omicron surge creates unprecedented staff shortages as hospitalizations rise (UMMC)
- Oxford School District COVID-19 Information
- Lafayette County School District COVID-19 Information
- MSDH reported the following information for COVID-19 cases in Mississippi (as of Jan. 10):
- 5,737 new cases, 20 new deaths and 290 long-term care facilities outbreaks.
- Mississippi Vaccination Report (as of Jan. 11):
- 3,552,083 total doses administered; 1,686,162 people receiving at least one dose; and 1,462,668 people fully vaccinated.
- Lafayette County: 69,500 Total Doses Administered; 28,844 People Fully Vaccinated, 53% of Total Population Fully Vaccinated.