Washington State University is encouraging all community members to see whether they are currently eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine using the State of Washington’s new Phase Finder tool.
Funded with a $2.3 million federal grant, the iREACH project is working within Marshallese communities across the U.S. to engage community members and identify local practices that may increase disease risk.
The data on the new COVID‑19 dashboard is specific to members of the greater WSU Pullman community, extending beyond the border of Pullman to include employees who live in nearby communities.
Dozens of healthcare workers at Cougar Health Services have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine ahead of the start of Spring 2021 and the return of students to the Pullman campus.
Fair organizers received more than 60 nominations for presidential awards ahead of this year’s event, which was hosted virtually Oct. 19–23.
The closures include the Student Recreation Center, Stephenson Fitness Center, and Hollingbery Fieldhouse as well as fitness areas within the Chinook Student Center.
With the winter holidays just around the corner, the WSU community is asked to be extra vigilant to help mitigate the spread of COVID‑19.
Students traveling for Thanksgiving break are urged to get tested in advance and to remain home until the start of spring semester.
WSU urges students, faculty and staff to closely follow the state’s latest directives for protecting public health during the holiday season.
The overall goal of the plasma drives is to collect between 70-80 samples before the end of November. Collections will be taking place at Chinook on Nov. 16 and 17 from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in Room 150.