December 15, 2020

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This fall, UW-Superior, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System and its 13 universities, opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone five years of age and older.

This fall, UW-Superior, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System and its 13 universities, opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone five years of age and older.

Undergraduate students will be tested for COVID-19 at least once per week during the spring 2021 semester

As students at the University of Wisconsin-Superior draw closer to the conclusion of the fall 2020 semester, plans are being developed for the remainder of the academic year.

University of Wisconsin System President Tommy Thompson recently announced residential undergraduate students will be tested for COVID-19 at least once per week during the spring 2021 semester. In addition, all non-residential students, faculty, and staff will be tested at least once every two weeks.

“Frequent testing is critical to minimizing the spread of COVID-19,” said Thompson. “We have demonstrated at our universities, where the positivity rate has hovered around three percent for weeks, that routine testing is a difference maker. The UW System’s testing program has been pivotal toward ensuring a successful in-person fall semester, and we will do even more this spring given how well it has gone.”

This fall, UW-Superior, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System and its 13 universities, opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone five years of age and older. The testing site is in the Mertz Mortorelli Gym in the Marcovich Wellness Center. Testing hours are 2 to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday. The testing site will be closed beginning Wednesday, December 23, with testing resuming Monday, January 4, through January 22. Registration is required.

"I’m very proud of our students and how they have embraced our culture of care," said Harry Anderson, dean of students. "Our testing numbers are another way they have demonstrated care for our community during these difficult times."

Studies show and experts agree that in addition to the individual behaviors of wearing masks, maintaining social distance, and hand washing, regular testing makes a significant impact in combating the virus.

In praising the UW System testing program during a recent visit to Wisconsin this fall, Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the presence of frequent testing on UW campuses itself signaled to students, faculty, and staff the importance of masking, distance and hand washing.

“Frequent testing has helped us create a culture of responsibility on our campuses,” Thompson said. “I am very proud of how our students have responded to the challenges facing them this fall.”

Under the spring 2021 testing program, faculty and staff who are not working on campus will not need to be tested according to the program requirements. Additional details of the testing program continue to be developed.

UW-Superior will welcome new students to campus January 17 with classes beginning January 20.

This fall, UW-Superior, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System and its 13 universities, opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone five years of age and older.

This fall, UW-Superior, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System and its 13 universities, opened a free COVID-19 testing site on campus for anyone five years of age and older.

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