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University will no longer offer free COVID-19 tests, vaccinations

    University will no longer offer free COVID-19 tests, vaccinations

Starting May 13, the university will return to some pre-pandemic policies, including no longer offering free COVID-19 tests and vaccinations, according to a Student Health and Wellness Center health alert.

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Staff optimistic as COVID-19 surge declines on campus, across state

    Staff optimistic as COVID-19 surge declines on campus, across state

Although COVID-19 cases spiked statewide as schools reopened for the spring semester, some university staff believe low positivity rates on campus represent the end of the omicron surge. COVID-19 cases

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The university perils of returning to in-person classes

    The university perils of returning to in-person classes

It has been well over four weeks since the fall semester has started. The inevitable return to in-person classes had been a topic that evoked anxiety and uncertainty among students

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COVID-19 cases rise in Denton, on campus

    COVID-19 cases rise in Denton, on campus

As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to sweep through the country, cases in North Texas are on the rise. Denton County Public Health announced 805 new cases on Sept. 13,

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What students need to know about the COVID-19 booster shot

    What students need to know about the COVID-19 booster shot

Despite the White House’s goal of making COVID-19 booster shots available to all Americans by Sept. 20, it is unclear

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No on-campus vaccine requirement after FDA’s approval of Pfizer

    No on-campus vaccine requirement after FDA’s approval of Pfizer

The university has no plans to make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory following Pfizer’s full approval from the Food and Drug

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Faith leaders should encourage vaccinations

    Faith leaders should encourage vaccinations

I want to go on record and say that politics and religion don’t mix. As a Christian, the last thing

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County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

    County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

As statewide vaccine eligibility expands and the county’s vaccination rate increases, Matt Richardson, Denton County Director of Public Health, said

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The COVID-19 vaccine is not a magical cure-all

    The COVID-19 vaccine is not a magical cure-all

After months of experimental therapies and medical trials, the COVID-19 vaccine is finally a thing of reality. It is surreal

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Denton County contributes to mass COVID-19 immunization at Texas Motor Speedway

    Denton County contributes to mass COVID-19 immunization at Texas Motor Speedway

Officials from Denton County Public Health took part in Tuesday’s mass vaccination at the vaccine hub set up at Texas

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