Just when it starts to feel like COVID-19 is a thing of the past, along comes a headline like this one: “China’s New COVID Wave Set to See 65 Million Cases a Week.” That headline appeared on the Bloomberg News website on May 22—eleven days after the COVID public health emergency ended in the United States. Public health emergency or not, COVID hasn’t gone away, and probably never will.
College students have enough to stress over without also worrying about how many classes, exams, or other activities they’re missing due to COVID-19 isolation or
After two years of remote classes, widespread absences, mask, testing, and vaccine requirements, and ever-changing safety protocols, schools across the country are finally enjoying some
If there’s one thing PubSEG has learned about contact tracing since our formation in the spring of 2020, it’s that there’s always something new to
When it comes to contact tracing, no two schools’ approaches, processes, or requirements are identical. So it helps to have an experienced partner that can
As omicron cases surged across the United States in January, it became increasingly difficult for COVID-19 contact tracers to track the spread of the virus.
Contact tracing during the COVID-19 pandemic presented challenges from the start. Attempting to limit the spread of a highly contagious virus by communicating with strangers