COVID-19 case management for 2022

As SMU carefully monitors the surge in COVID-19 cases, the University will continue to guide individuals who contract the virus via its case management protocols. It has become evident that many local governments have adjusted their contact tracing efforts and are no longer actively identifying close contacts. 

SMU COVID-19 Operations for 2022

I hope you are enjoying a safe and healthy winter break and that the time off from studies and work is providing a much-needed respite. I want to assure you that we are continuing to monitor the current surge in cases of COVID-19 brought on by the new omicron variant. 

SMU pauses federal employee vaccine mandate after nationwide injunction

SMU is pausing its enforcement of the federal vaccine mandate after a nationwide injunction was issued. SMU recognizes the value of vaccinations in maintaining a healthy and safe campus. We encourage you to get the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots at the Dr. Bob Smith Health Center or wherever is convenient for you. 

COVID-19 Boosters now available at Health Center for everyone 18+

Booster shots against COVID-19 are now available at the Dr. Bob Smith Health Center for individuals 18 and up who received their Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson and Johnson primary vaccine series. Schedule your booster today. 
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