The Centers for Disease, Control and Prevention, or CDC, has released updated COVID-19 vaccine guidance, recommending everyone six months and older get an updated vaccine to protect against the potentially serious outcomes of the illness this fall and winter.
Learn more about the Department of Education’s new repayment plan — Saving on a Valuable Education, or SAVE.
The State Employee’s Prescription Drug Plan coverage for over-the-counter, or OTC, COVID-19 tests will expire on May 11.
UF Clinical Associate Professor of Epidemiology Cindy Prins, Ph.D., was interviewed by WMFE to discuss whether the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency in May signals the end of the pandemic.
UF biostatisticians conclude in a recent paper that current COVID vaccines are effective against severe infection and disease from the Omicron viral variant.
As of last Friday, UF faculty and staff will no longer login to the ONE.UF system to report an illness or register for an on-campus COVID test. Moving forward, if you are experiencing symptoms, you are encouraged to visit the Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 Response website for guidance as well as testing and vaccine locations, take an at-home test and, if needed, consult with your primary care physician.
Multiple scientists from UF Scripps Biomedical Research will join a massive federal effort to develop antiviral drugs to treat coronavirus and other viral threats.
UF researchers helped develop a COVID-19 testing device that can detect coronavirus infection in as little as 30 seconds.
A team of UF researchers will launch a study to determine the impact COVID-19 stressors have on people’s use of various substances.
Certain immunocompromised individuals and people over the age of 50 who received an initial booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least four months ago are eligible for another mRNA booster.
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