Your Corona Chronicle for Thursday, February 25, 2021

Your Corona Chronicle

Thursday, February 25, 2021

Bottom Line Up Front
Feelin’ Yellow in the air? Not if we can’t do the little things. So wear your mask, stay six feet away from others, avoid large gatherings, and steer clear of crowded bars and restaurants. We keep calm and stay the course, and it will be “Hello Yellow” in no time.

The Night Is Young
Effective tomorrow, North Carolina’s 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew is lifted. Before you book an all-nighter off campus, remember how much fun it was to be basking in that burnt orange hew. You don’t need a curfew, but you do need common sense.

Two Weeks to Yourself
The quarantine period is still 14 days. If you’re in quarantine, you can find your check out date here (must be logged in with WFU ID). Changes may be coming soon, but for now, we will still be enjoying a fortnight of excellent service at the BWP.

It’s Snot Painful
We’re still testing every Demon Deacon, every week. Thanks for making your way to the testing center and willingly providing a nice sample of nasal mucus. This is just another way that gets us closer to Yellow.

Luck of the Irish?
The governor’s executive order raises spectator limits to 30 percent capacity for outdoor stadiums, effective this weekend for the baseball series against Notre Dame. Students will receive first priority for the new capacity limits through the Screamin’ Demon Rewards and ticket lottery programs introduced last fall. Details are available at GoDeacs.com.

First “Spring Break” Day
The first spring break day is next Tuesday, March 2. Sleep in, take a breather, walk away from classes and get out of your routine. Use this time to take care of you, your mental health and one another. The Wellbeing Center offers dozens of ideas to replenish your soul.

And always remember… mask tan lines are in! Wear your mask, rain or shine.

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