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Ask an expert: Staying COVID-safe this coming holiday, winter season

Nov. 15, 2021

It's important to reduce one’s risk of contracting and spreading the COVID-19 virus. Learn from expert Shelly Miller about the ways we can all help reduce our risk and keep our communities safe.

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Reach out for campus support resources

Many in the CU Boulder community may be looking to campus resources for assistance. Please know there are many in-person and virtual support and advocacy resources available to you.

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3 tips for finding and scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine appointment

April 13, 2021

All individuals 16 and over are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado. Here are some tips for finding and scheduling a vaccine appointment.

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Who, what, wear: Know when and why to wear a mask

March 23, 2021

The general rule is to wear a mask when in public or near people who aren’t in your household, but not all situations are the same. We’ve broken it down a bit further for you.

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Why masks protect you and me

March 23, 2021

Properly worn masks can reduce COVID-19 transmission by 95%. Selecting a mask and wearing it properly is more important than ever as new, more contagious variants of COVID-19 spread across the country.

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Avoid the 3 Cs—critical actions for a pandemic-free future

March 23, 2021

Here are three critical actions everyone must continue to take to move toward a pandemic-free future. Your actions make a difference.

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How to prepare for virtual career fairs

March 22, 2021

Whether you’re looking for an internship or a job after graduation, career fairs are a great way to make progress in your search. Here are some tips for making the most of virtual career events this semester.

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10 tips to test and tweak your mask

March 11, 2021

How can you tell if your mask is working to trap infectious aerosols as well as larger droplets? And how can you spruce it up if it’s not? We’ve got you covered.

A nurse gives a woman a vaccine shot in the shoulder.

If I get the shot, can I still get COVID-19? Answers to common vaccine questions

Feb. 24, 2021

As supply increases, so do questions about how the COVID-19 vaccines work and what they do and don’t do. We caught up with Professor Matt McQueen, director of epidemiology, for answers.

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9 things to do on your Wellness Day

Feb. 15, 2021

Whether you join an event or have a day to yourself, there are many ways to relax and recharge for the semester ahead. Here are nine things for you to do this Wednesday.

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