Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Along with all the uncertainty, this pandemic has caused endless opportunities for innovative leaders eager to help shape the “next normal”. It is an exciting time to be in technology. The industry is hungry for motivated individuals with the right skills and forward-thinking ideas to lead the next generation forward. It is a perfect time to invest in your future, but we know our current and prospective students may have questions surrounding COVID-19 and the Delta variant. We have compiled a list of valuable COVID-19 resources, all in one place, to help answer all of your questions and keep you informed on the most current policies and news regarding the pandemic.
The Latest Pandemic-Related Information from the University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota has created a detailed plan that allows students, faculty and employees to safely and gradually return to campus. The plan keeps the safety of all U of M community members at the forefront. To read the latest communications from President Joan Gabel and find the latest guidelines and policies visit the U of M's Safe Campus - COVID-19 Response page.
To find, pandemic-related stories and expertise from within the U of M visit the COVID-19 News page.
State of Minnesota COVID-19 Response
The State of Minnesota has reopened much of the economy, but the Governor's office continues to follow the COVID-19 and Delta variant trends and patterns. You can find the latest restrictions, guidelines and progress on the the State of Minnesota COVID-9 response webpage.
Minnesota Department of Health
The Minnesota Department of Health has been carefully tracking the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant in Minnesota and sharing its recommendations with the Governor's office. To see the latest numbers, trends and recommendations in the state visit the Minnesota Department of Health's Coronavirus Disease 2019 page.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The CDC is tracking the COVID-19 and Delta variant situation across the country and issuing new guidelines and recommendations based on its findings. To keep up with the most recent information, visit the CDC's COVID-19 page.