Continue to Take Precautions, Make a Plan for Voting

Faculty Senate COVID-19 Working Group committee members Nancy Daley-Moore and Scott Alberts recently discussed Truman case numbers for the week of Oct. 27. Cases flattened after a few weeks of increases. If everyone follows the proper precautions – wear a mask, maintain social distancing, wash hands frequently, avoid large gatherings – cases can remain manageable through the end of the semester. Daley-Moore and Alberts also discussed the need to follow safe practices while voting and to have a plan in place for election day. A recording of their conversation is available here.

Katie Judd, assistant professor of psychology, prepared the following tip sheet for getting through the end of the semester. Other tip sheets, as well as an archive of the weekly videos, are available on the COVID-19 Working Group page, available from the University’s COVID-19 page.

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