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University to stop surveillance testing during Easter weekend

| Monday, March 15, 2021

Surveillance test appointments scheduled during Easter weekend will be moved to either before or after that weekend, the University announced on its HERE website.

Tests regularly scheduled for Friday will be moved to the Wednesday and Thursday before Easter. Instead of testing on Friday, April 2, individuals with a last name beginning with a letter from A through M will be tested Wednesday, March 31. Those who had a Friday appointment and a last name beginning with a letter from N through Z will be tested on Thursday, April 1.

Tests scheduled for Saturday, April 3 will be moved to Monday, April 5, and tests scheduled for Sunday, April 4 will be moved to Tuesday, April 6.

“Students are obligated to keep your surveillance testing appointment on this new day,” the website said. “You will receive a reminder the day before your appointment.”

The website also said faculty, staff and graduate students with a surveillance test scheduled for Friday, April 2 can reschedule it for another day earlier in the week.

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