Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,
This week, November 8 -14, is a RED TEAM WEEK. For this week, students on the RED TEAM are allowed in-person access to the Law Library, assigned classroom spaces to attend online classes, and indoor and outdoor seating areas.
Please note: Today, Wednesday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day. There are no classes. The library is open 24/7 but there will be no services.
Please follow all COVID-19 mitigation rules while on campus, including wearing a face covering and practicing physical distancing. Watch the College of Law Reentry video to make sure you know how to be on campus safely.
Appointment-Only Testing Nov. 9-25
Students and employees who plan to travel for Thanksgiving break are strongly encouraged to register for a rapid antigen test at least 10 days prior to Thanksgiving travel.
To avoid long wait times, appointments are required for all antigen testing Nov.9 - Nov. 25. Schedule an appointment for a test at any of the three antigen test sites (Student Union Catalina Room, North Rec or Global Center).
Student Thanksgiving Travel, Required Survey
Minimizing travel is critical to reducing the risk of spreading COVID-19. It is imperative that all of us recognize the higher risk of infection posed by travel and take the necessary steps to reduce those risks.
- Review university guidance on Thanksgiving travel planning
- All students need to take the required, brief university Travel Survey to help reduce the risk of transmission while traveling
Return to Campus Checklist
You must adhere to the following rules when returning to campus:
- Get Tested
- Wear a Face Covering
- Stay physically distanced
- Review and commit to the college’s Pledge for a Safe Return
- Watch our Building Reentry Training video
- Download the Covid Watch App
- Complete your Wildcat WellCheck every day
- Get a Flu Shot: Students | Employees
- Stay home if you are sick or have been exposed to someone who may be sick
- COVID-19 Testing Results from UA COVID-19 Dashboard (all test types, all test sources, all affiliations)
- President Robbins Campus Reentry Briefing - Nov. 9
- The university is conducting an appointment-only testing blitz Nov. 9-25
- Keep following mitigation efforts - especially wearing a face covering, physically distancing yourself from others, and washing your hands.
- COVID-19 Disease Outbreak Outlook in Arizona and Pima County -- November 4, 2020 via Dr. Joe Gerald/UA Zuckerman College of Public Health
- Cases and hospitalizations continue to increase state-wide with the more rural, previously spared counties leading the charge. Pima County saw a second straight week with a fairly large increase. Last week's increase was due in part to a confirmed outbreak in a correctional facility. Even so, there is ample evidence of broader community-level transmission.
- Weekly COVID-19 Forecast Model Reports
- UCSF Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
The increase in the community and state COVID19 case numbers reinforce what was already true: we all need to stay safe and wise, to protect each other, our families and friends, and our communities.
Bear Down and Mask Up,
Marc, Bernadette, and Leah
on behalf of the Arizona Law COVID Task Force Implementation Team