TWU students, faculty, staff, and visitors should remain diligent about protecting themselves. This includes monitoring for symptoms, isolating after a positive test, and taking other precautions depending on personal risk factors. Individuals who feel sick, test positive, or have been exposed to the virus should follow current CDC guidelines for isolation/quarantine, as well as the treatment advice of their medical provider.
TWU Quarantine Protocols
As of August 1, 2022, changes were made to the TWU COVID-19 Reporting requirements. Reporting of positive tests or exposures to Risk Management is no longer required and contact tracing will no longer be conducted.
Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster doses are now available by appointment for students, faculty and staff in Denton Student Health Services.
Learn more or make an appointment
All of the current COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective. TWU continues to encourage all members of the TWU community to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
All employees, students and visitors are recommended to self-screen for COVID-19 related symptoms BEFORE coming to any TWU campus.
For more details, download the COVID-19 Self-Screening Form.
- CDC Coronavirus Summary
- Denton County COVID-19 Statistics
- Dallas County COVID-19 Statistics
- Harris County COVID-19 Statistics
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