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Important COVID-19 Information

Dear Sea Gulls,

We look forward to welcoming everyone back to campus in less than two weeks and are excited about the upcoming year at Salisbury University. The commitment to the health, safety, and well-being of our community has been strong and has allowed us to operate in a relatively normal manner throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

SU’s goal has always been to keep students, staff and faculty as safe as possible while maintaining our commitment to creating an exceptional environment for living, learning and working.

As we enter the new academic year, please carefully review SU’s health guidance for the semester:

  • Keeping up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccinations remains the most effective tool to fight COVID-19 and prevent against severe illness. Vaccine clinics and appointments will continue to be offered by Campus Health. Information on eligibility and other vaccine locations is available at: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine#locator
  • Students and employees who are symptomatic or sick should stay home and contact Campus Health at 410-677-0006 or CampusHealth@salisbury.edu
  • COVID-19 testing will be available to students and employees through Campus Health, accessible only from the parking lot entrance of Blackwell Hall (see attached map). Please email Campus Health – CampusHealth@salisbury.edu for appointments.
  • Face masks are not required on campus, but are strongly encouraged, especially in dense populations. Free KN95 masks are available at the Guerrieri Student Union Information Desk. Free N95 masks are available by appointment with Campus Health. Please respect those who choose to wear masks. 
  • You can stay up to date with SU’s protocols and COVID-19 information by visiting https://www.salisbury.edu/coronavirus/

As we continue moving into the endemic phase of the pandemic, the University Health Team will remain in close contact with the Wicomico County Health Department to monitor new variants and seek guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Maryland Department of Health, University System of Maryland and other agencies. Campus Health and Student Health Services will continue to monitor local data and our campus community and adjust health and safety measures accordingly.

Thank you for continuing to help Protect the Flock!

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