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about Covid-19

WSU and Vaccine Information

The WSU COVID-19 Recovery Guidance website is the central source for the latest information and resources for Washington State University, including information about vaccination guidelines.

The following information is intended to be a brief summary of these benefits. All trainees should seek information from the Office of Graduate Medical Education regarding eligibility costs and benefit plan options.

 

Read WSU Vaccine Requirements

Washington State Department of Health

Washington State Department of Health is coordinating the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Its COVID-19 page provides vaccine information including a locator resource, data reports including statewide case counts, and new protection measures.

Explore Washington DOH Health Updates 

 

How to Protect Yourself

Follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to protect yourself from the coronavirus. Please refer to the CDC for updated recommendations, including the recommended isolation and quarantine period.

To find a COVID-19 vaccine provider near you, please visit vaccines.gov

To find a COVID-19 testing location near you, please visit:

 

Coronavirus Tips & Resource Videos

Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine faculty are providing tips, resources and advice for staying safe and coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Lonika Sood, MD, Clinical Education Director for Internal Medicine, addresses common misconceptions of the COVID-19 vaccine and discusses its importance.

Research professor and bioethicist Dr. Thomas May discusses vaccine hesitancy and how to address it.

Fourth year medical student Kathryne Staudinger shares what medical school has been like while training during COVID-19.

Toolkit for Coping With COVID-19

Mental Health Resources

WSU Spokane Counseling Services: Phone line: 509-358-7740; After Hours: 509-368-6500 | Website: https://spokane.wsu.edu/studentaffairs/counseling-services/
WSU Mental Health Crisis Line: 509-368-6500
SAMHSA’s 24/7 365-Day-AYear Disaster Distress Helpline SAMHSA’s National Disaster Distress Helpline: The Toll-Free Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990i

Testing Positive for COVID-19

Please follow the guidelines according to the CDC.

What if you’re vaccinated and asymptomatic and test positive?

Even if you’re asymptomatic, it’s important to isolate after testing positive for the coronavirus and follow CDC guidelines.