Protect Yourself TipsApril 8, 2020
To protect yourself and those around you:
- Wear a face covering to protect yourself and others.
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- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing
- Wash your hands frequently
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Adhere to the city and county's Stay Home, Work Safe orders
- Use hand sanitizer and surface wipes liberally, taking advantage of stations placed around UTSA’s campuses
- It is important to self-isolate if you are experiencing symptoms identified with coronavirus.
- Do not go to an urgent care or hospital to request a test.
- Call ahead to your primary care physician or a free clinic in the area for consultation and guidance.
What do I do if I feel sick?
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Stay Informed: The latest in coronavirus, how to prevent it
- When will UTSA share more details about the format of fall semester classes?
- What happens if the pandemic situation changes in the coming months?
- Will students be able to live on campus this fall?
- Some universities are moving up the start of their academic semesters due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Will UTSA change its Fall semester start date?
- When UTSA reopens campus for the fall semester, will that include athletic events?
- I'm facing financial difficulties, what can I do?
- How can I virtually contact counseling services?
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