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Updated Guidelines for COVID-19

April 13, 2022, 1:30 p.m. CDT

Earlier this month, The Texas A&M University System released guidance related to the current COVID-19 conditions across member locations, testing resources, training, reporting requirements and updates on the COVID-19 Operations Center. A summary is below. For a copy of the full document, email covid@tamu.edu.

  • System member COVID-19 Community Levels remain in the low to medium range. However, should levels rise, System members will adjust their response to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 within their communities.
  • Vaccine and COVID-19 treatments remain readily available to the public and are promoted to campus communities. Information is outlined here for the College Station campus.
  • Student Health Services will continue to offer testing as part of their provided services. The System’s contract for Curative testing has been extended through December 2022.
  • Newly hired staff members and faculty should be assigned the Safe Practices for Returning to the Office during the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Protocol and Certification for System Offices Employees trainings in TrainTraq.
  • Students, staff and faculty who receive a positive test result are still asked to complete the TAMUS COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form. Individuals who self-report will receive automatic feedback in alignment with the current CDC guidance.
  • The COVID-19 Operations Center has been demobilized but will continue to be accessible via email at covid@tamu.edu.

Visit covid.tamu.edu for additional information about COVID-19 resources and protocols.

Greg Hartman
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President
Texas A&M University