There are no cases of Coronavirus at Illinois State University and the University is maintaining normal operations. Please refer to this website for the most up-to-date information and guidance.
As the global situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) constantly evolves, President Dietz will provide periodic updates to the campus community regarding Illinois State University’s planning and preparedness actions. Even though the overall threat to campus from the coronavirus is considered low, the University is vigilant and taking steps to ensure the safety of the campus community.
亚洲成 人图片综合网_天天综合网网欲色_国产成 人 综合 亚洲奶水Illinois State University is monitoring developments surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) globally and working with campus administrators and partners to make decisions in the best interest of our students.
亚洲成 人图片综合网_天天综合网网欲色_国产成 人 综合 亚洲奶水Everyone should make every effort to maintain good hygiene and follow government guidance, as described below. Illinois State will communicate directly with students and the campus community via Illinois State University email as information becomes available or changes.
Based on the University is restricting university related travel by faculty, staff, and students to nations. Countries currently at Level 2 or higher include China, Japan, Iran, Italy, and South Korea. Decisions regarding future university-related international travel and academic credit programs abroad will be made based on guidance from health and government authorities. Those decisions will be communicated directly to the individuals involved in those programs.
No University-sponsored travel to a nation should be scheduled at this time.
In accordance with guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health, all persons returning from a nation should remain at home and self-quarantine for 14 days from the date of departure, avoid congregate settings, limit public activities and practice social distancing. If you are returning to the United States in this circumstance, the University asks that you not return to campus during the self-quarantine period. It is imperative that when you reach your final destination, that you contact your local health department. Your health department will advise you on steps you can to take to protect your health and the health of your community.
The campus community is strongly encouraged to review information provided by the following:
As always, faculty, staff, and students who travel internationally should complete the Travel Notification form provided by University Risk Management. The notification facilitates the University's ability to access and timely deploy emergency resources and support. Availability of these emergency resources may be limited in international destinations subject to travel warnings, sanctions, or other unpredictable circumstances. The University does not guarantee availability of resources.
In addition to completing the notice you will have an opportunity to briefly sign up for the U.S. State Department’s Safe Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP). When you enroll in this program the U.S. State Department will send you text alerts related to travel safety and security. The text alerts will automatically cease when your travel ends.
Members of the campus community are strongly encouraged to read the guidance provided by the CDC regarding you can take to avoid the Coronavirus and the spread of respiratory diseases.