A Marathon, Not a Sprint
As I noted earlier this month, we
should expect the current hybrid model of campus operations to continue until the vaccine has been widely distributed to those in all phases of Colorado’s vaccine plan.
Thank you for doing your part to keep #CUAnschutzTogether. Our ability to keep moving forward depends on it.
Stay safe and be well,
A vaccine page and FAQ have been added to the CU Anschutz coronavirus website. More information will be added as it becomes available.
Campus working groups are collaborating with our hospital partners, as well as CDPHE and Tri-County Health Department, to ensure those eligible are included in the appropriate phases of the CDPHE distribution plan. Those eligible to schedule their vaccination appointment will be contacted directly.
Keep up with the State of Colorado’s vaccine plans for the latest on distribution, FAQs and more.
Visit the CDC’s vaccination FAQ for common questions on vaccine development and safety.
Convenient COVID-19 testing is available at no cost to CU Anschutz employees, students and household members through March 31. Learn more and schedule your test here.
Remember to self-report your status if you have COVID-19 symptoms, test positive or may have been exposed.
The “Mindful Moment” guided meditation series continues in 2021, with 15-minute sessions Mondays at noon, and 5-minute sessions Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:50 a.m. Sessions touch on timely topics including stress management, relaxation and gratitude, and are led by the National Mental Health Innovation Center. Register below.