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Data DL: Adding SEC Test Results to the UK Dashboard

UK Health Corps has been receiving results for student athletes from the Southeastern Conference and its testing partner. To date, these have included all positive results to enable the appropriate contact tracing and communications. Beginning this week, we will also start receiving the negative result data from the SEC testing partner.

Keep Your Loved Ones Safe This Season

President Capilouto urges employees to make decisions informed by rising numbers of COVID-19 cases, both across our state and across our country. Because health and safety remain our top priorities, we hope members of our community will consider advice from experts as they make plans for family gatherings next week.

Important Update on Classes and Campus Operations

Following the Governor’s announcement yesterday about additional health measures in response to the surge in COVID-19 cases, President Capilouto provided an update about campus operations and classes between now and Thanksgiving.

Finishing Strong. Staying Safe.

The next few days and weeks are as important as any time in the semester, particularly as cases of COVID-19 are surging in Kentucky and across the country.  

Data DL: Keeping Our Loved Ones Safe

Follow these recommendations from UK medical experts to keep our community safe this Thanksgiving.

Students: You Got This.

 As we close out this part of the semester, there are a few keys to our continued success.

Data DL: Importance of COVID-19 Test, Flu Shot Before Thanksgiving

The increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases across the state and country underscore the importance of community members receiving a COVID-19 test before traveling for Thanksgiving Break.

15 Days Left: Stay Vigilant

On our campus, since the middle of September, we have experienced declining numbers of cases. Over the past two weeks, our numbers have increased – 271 active cases, for example, on Friday from a low of 83 only 12 days ago.

Data DL: Small Uptick in Active Cases, Continued Vigilance

For most of the last several weeks, the numbers of active cases of COVID-19 have been declining at the University of Kentucky. That’s the result of our community’s commitment to healthy behaviors, protecting and respecting others and following the advice of public health experts.   It’s also a testament to the modern public health infrastructure we’ve built on our campus.  

Take Care of Yourself and Each Other

Taking care of yourself—and taking care of each other—is vital right now. We encourage you to reach out to your support systems if you are feeling stressed.