The University of Wyoming announced that a total of 70 University of Wyoming students and employees have tested positive for COVID-19 during their one-time testing program at the start of the semester.
The test positivity rate has remained consistent at just over 1 percent since then, with the finding that 66 percent of students and 88 percent of employees said they’ve been vaccinated in an anonym
The University of Wyoming announced its COVID-19 plan for the beginning of the fall semester of 2021, and with that came mandatory COVID-19 tests for all returning students, faculty, and staff.
Beginning today (Friday), students, faculty, and staff will receive individual emails directing them to schedule testing appointments between Wednesday, August 18, and Sunday, August 22.
The University of Wyoming will be moving to a new COVID-19 testing program beginning the week of July 5.
Each week, 3 percent of UW’s active employees, students enrolled in in-person classes and those living on campus will be randomly selected and receive emails to schedule their diagnostic tests.
CellDrop Biosciences Inc., a University of Wyoming spinout company, is part of a $354,000 grant to develop sensitive and extremely fast antigen tests for COVID-19.
The competitive grant comes from the COVID Innovations Fund of UW’s Wyoming Health and Bioscience Innovation Hub...
Beginning on February 1, the University of Wyoming will be offering a limited number of free COVID-19 tests to members of the public who aren’t displaying symptoms of the infection.
The saliva-based tests, which were developed for the university’s surveillance testing program for students and employees, are processed by UW’s Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory and typically produce results within