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COVID-19 contact tracing process changes

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Woman’s University has had to stay flexible, changing course as necessary based on the evolving situation. The Omicron variant has posed new challenges due to its rapid spread.

The number of reported cases from the TWU Community with little or no direct impact on our TWU campuses has been significant, providing challenges to TWU’s contact tracing process. As a result, TWU’s contact tracing team now will focus on cases related to those who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19 while on campus.

Specific information on the revised contract tracing process is posted on the Coronavirus website. In addition, the COVID reporting form will guide you through the requirements depending on your answers to a few screening questions.

TWU faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to continue to wear a mask and social distance when possible.