Carolina Together

COVID-19 Update: Planning for Fall 2021

Dear Carolina Community,

We want to thank you for your continued commitment to keeping the Carolina community safe and healthy during the Spring semester. The safety precautions we have taken would not have worked without your commitment and participation. Thank you.

We are encouraged by the increasing pace of the vaccine rollout and decreasing trend in COVID-19 case counts locally. The latest projections are that vaccines will be widely available by late spring. We continue to urge you to get vaccinated as soon as you can – having as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible is our best defense against the virus.

 

 

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Saturday's UNC vs Duke Basketball Game

Dear Tar Heels, Check out the video that Student Body President Reeves Moseley and I created, encouraging safe watching — and hopefully celebrating — our UNC-Duke men’s basketball game this Saturday. Visit our Student Affairs website for fun ideas on how to watch safely and remember to follow the three Ws — WEAR a mask, WAIT six feet apart and WASH your hands. 

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    Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Amy Johnson and Student Body President Reeves Mosely encourage safe watching.

Latest Updates

  •  Invitation to Carolina’s COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall  

    Dear Carolina Community, I am pleased to let you know we are hosting two virtual town halls next week for our students, faculty and staff where our medical experts at UNC Health will answer questions you may have about the COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Important COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Employees and Students 

    We have exciting news to share today regarding the COVID-19 vaccine roll out in North Carolina. Earlier today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) announced that it will open the second part of Group 3 of the vaccine prioritization framework on March 3, a week earlier than expected.

  • UNC-Chapel Hill CV-19 Dashboard

    The UNC-Chapel Hill COVID-19 Dashboard is a source of information for us to remain updated on COVID-19 data related to our campus, local and state communities.