Last updated: July 29, 2021 — (12:20 p.m. MDT)
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- Because delta variant cases are increasing due to low vaccination rates, the CDC has issued new COVID-19 guidelines and is now recommending that fully vaccinated individuals wear face coverings when indoors in an area of high or substantial transmission. WSU continues to welcome face coverings. More information is available on the face coverings page.
- Vaccines are available through Weber-Morgan or Davis health department websites.
- As of July 21, Weber State is no longer offering COVID-19 testing on campus. Free testing opportunites are still availble at coronavirus.utah.gov.
- Do not come to campus when sick, practice good hygiene, stay 6 feet apart when possible and wear face coverings if you're not vaccinated.
- The 2021 summer semester features flexible course delivery methods, including in-person, online, virtual and hybrid.
- For fall 2021, 59% of our courses will be taught face-to-face, 33% of our courses will be online or virtual and remaining 8% will be other delivery methods such as clinicals, internships, etc. Our intent is to offer a variety of options that meet students where they are.
- In order to provide everyone with a more traditional college experience come fall 2021, it is important that we continue to:
- Get vaccinated
- Maintain physical distance
- Wear face coverings (if not vaccinated)
- Keep classroom and office spaces clean
- Practice good hygiene
- Stay home when sick
COVID-19 Case Count
(Last updated: July 30, 2021)
WSU posts the weekly COVID-19 case count every Friday (except for university holidays), as well as adding to the cumulative total. These numbers reflect people who reported a positive COVID-19 test to Weber State after having been on one of our campuses in the 14 days prior to testing positive.
- Last seven days: 2
- Last 14 days: 3
- Cumulative total since Jan. 1, 2020: 658
This website is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.