UT Tyler Health and Safety Guidance
The University of Texas at Tyler strongly encourages our campus community to take the necessary preventative measures to ensure health and safety. In addition to wearing a mask when appropriate, social distancing when possible, covering coughs and sneezes, and practicing good hand hygiene, the COVID-19 vaccine is a protective measure to prevent severe illness due to COVID-19. You can contact your health care provider or local pharmacy to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine.
Stay home and contact your professors or supervisors if you do not feel well or have
symptoms so that you do not risk exposing others.
IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
You are responsible for informing your faculty of absences due to COVID-19. Regardless of your vaccination status, stay home and follow the CDC Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines.
You are responsible for informing your supervisors of any absences due to COVID-19. Regardless of your vaccination status, stay home and follow the CDC Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines. If you are physically able and the nature of your job allows, work from home.
FREE AT-HOME COVID-19 TESTS
Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order a third round of free at-home tests. Order
your test at covid.gov/tests.
COVID-19 VACCINATIONS AND BOOSTERS
COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters remain one of the most effective tools in preventing severe illness from COVID-19. Vaccines and boosters are available through health care providers and pharmacies.