In another of his weekly updates, Auburn University Medical Clinic Director Dr. Fred Kam on Tuesday spoke to a significant decrease in positive COVID-19 cases on campus for the past week and provided a cautious outlook for the week to come.
Auburn University Housing has enacted many safeguards this year to address the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. Amid such change, student demand for on-campus housing remains high, and occupancy rates are on par with those of last year.
In his weekly COVID-19 update, Auburn University Medical Clinic Director Dr. Fred Kam on Tuesday put into perspective the university’s latest weekly COVID-19 positive case number and urged the public to continue following safeguards amid a crucial time following the recent Labor Day weekend.
Lockers aren’t just for gyms and school hallways anymore. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Auburn University is employing lockers for food delivery in one of its many new dining safeguard measures.
Entry testing has ended, and currently our AU campus community is transitioning to sentinel testing. We are currently conducting a pilot test of the sentinel testing program in preparation for the full launch of the AU GuideSafe Sentinel Testing program after Labor Day. In contrast to entry testing, the sentinel testing program will include faculty and staff as well as students.
Two weeks into a new semester, the results of the A Healthier U reentry plan are being seen throughout campus. As COVID-19 reports continue, though, a renewed and even stronger push of the plan’s required safeguards will be needed.
To support continued efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 on campus, Auburn limits attendees at in-person events to 50 people or fewer until further notice.