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Coronavirus Updates

Be Wild for our Health

Linfield and COVID-19

Linfield University has had a successful fall 2020 because of our community’s uncommon resilience, creativity and drive. You wore your masks, washed your hands, adapted and learned. In the midst of it all, classes continued, social gatherings continued, the performing arts continued. We continued. And we will continue on this spring because of our ongoing collective efforts. Check out the following pages for more information on Linfield's COVID-19 response.

 

Linfield University’s return-to-campus protocols were developed in collaboration with and based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Oregon Health Authority, local public health officials in Yamhill and Multnomah counties and the State of Oregon’s Higher Educating Coordinating Commission.

Nursing students practice administering vaccines

April 8

Registering for a vaccine in Yamhill County

Information on registering has been added to the FAQs.
Health center staff wait to test students wearing PPE

April 8

Updated case counts

Linfield reports its latest count of COVID-19 cases among its faculty, staff and students.

Nicholson library in spring

April 8

Rising COVID rates lead to rising restrictions

Multnomah County returns to moderate risk, while Yamhill County is in a caution period.

Questions?

For questions about Linfield University and coronavirus, contact covid19ert@linfield.edu. Please direct any medical questions to the Student Health, Wellness and Counseling Center at SHLT@linfield.edu.