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Your Corona Chronicle - Thursday, September 17, 2020

Keeping common sense highly contagious

Dashboard Update: We have 73 total known, confirmed positive cases in the last two weeks.

What number sends us home

It’s complicated. But the short answer is that there isn’t one. Our operating status is based on many factors beyond just the number of positive tests on campus. Before you buy into any rumors about a magic number that ends the semester (it’s not 380), listen to Dr. Chris Ohl, an infectious disease expert at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Read More »

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Stay safe and continue to Show Humanitate

Good Evening Deacs –

We hope you are well and excited for the football season to get underway this weekend! As a reminder, there are a variety of activities related to this weekend’s football home opener against Clemson.

As we move into the weekend, please be mindful that all University and Residence Life and Housing policies remain in effect. Please be mindful of the following: Read More »

Your Corona Chronicle -- Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020

Keeping common sense highly contagious

We have 43 total known, confirmed positive cases in the last two weeks.

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Campus Sweet Campus

Despite the rumors, Wake Forest is not shutting down campus. Our numbers of positive test results have gone up in the past two weeks. It’s not a reason to panic, but it’s absolutely a reason to double down on safe behavior that protects yourself and others. It’s easy to let our guard down; let’s help each other stay focused and stay on campus. We got this. To check out new dashboard features and get up-to-date information, visit the COVID-19 dashboard. Read More »

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Your Corona Chronicle -- Thursday, September 3

Your Corona Chronicle — Thursday, September 3
Keeping common sense highly contagious

Currently, we have had 30 known, confirmed positive tests since August 17,
with 11 in the last week. Let’s go Deacons!

Stay mellow, keep us in the yellow

You’ve seen the flags and the dashboard, so you know when it comes to our COVID status we’re currently in the yellow. Staying there is everything. To maintain yellow and keep us on campus, you’re about to see things around here brighten up. There’s a lot of yellow about to come your way, including a few surprises in case you’re tired of yard signs. But don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of those too. Stay responsible, stay mellow. Read More »

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Update on North Carolina’s Move to Phase 2.5

On Tuesday, Sept. 1, Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order moving the state of North Carolina’s COVID-19 response from Phase 2 to Phase 2.5, effective Friday, Sept. 4, at 5 p.m. This shift loosens some state restrictions on gathering size limits and allows for limited opening of gyms and exercise facilities.

After conferring with health officials and taking into consideration our congregate campus environment, Wake Forest is adapting to the Phase 2.5 allowances in the following ways:  Read More »

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