With an eye on omicron, Missouri State University waiting to determine next semester's COVID-19 measures
Missouri State University officials are looking ahead to the spring semester as COVID-19 cases continue to increase.
In a letter sent to the campus community Wednesday, MSU president Clif Smart said university officials will monitor cases and talk with health officials as the omicron variant spreads. They’ll decide closer to the spring semester what precautions will need to be taken, Smart said.
For now, students living in on-campus housing who are not vaccinated must be tested for COVID-19 before they can return in January.
Smart encouraged students to get the COVID-19 vaccine before the holidays. Those vaccines as well as flu vaccines are available at Magers Health Center on campus through December 21.
Students, staff and faculty, including retired employees, can schedule an appointment here.