The policy changes, coupled with the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, allow WSU to welcome back all employees safely. The process of returning to physical work locations is expected to begin July 12.
The first of two scheduled clinics is set for Saturday, April 24. All participants must set an appointment using their official WSU email address.
Although students taking classes during the summer session in Pullman will not have to participate in arrival testing, they will have to abide by public health and safety requirements such as wearing facial coverings.
With all adults now eligible to receive the COVID‑19 vaccine, Cougar Health Services is aiming to vaccinate at least 2,000 WSU Pullman students by the end of the spring semester.
Board-certified pathologist Guy Palmer tackles a variety of COVID‑19 related topics in a question-and-answer format designed to help WSU viewers better understand the science for battling the global pandemic.
WSU encourages everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they’re eligible and to remain vigilant in combating the spread of infections.
To determine when you’re eligible to receive the vaccine under the state’s phased distribution process, use the Washington PhaseFinder tool.
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.
By Charlie Powell, College of Veterinary Medicine
PULLMAN, Wash. – Limited care for pets of homeless and low-income owners will be provided by Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, March 29, at the Riverpoint campus, E. 218 Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, Wash.