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Important Update:

Consistent with revised CDC guidance, vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals are recommended to wear a mask when in public indoor spaces where COVID-19 virus transmission is considered substantial or high.

COVID-19 Resources: COVID-19 Testing | Report Positive Test, Symptoms, or Direct Exposure | Vaccine Information | COVID-19 Website 

Get Ready for Flu Season

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone gets a flu shot this year, as the flu vaccine is especially vital during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only will the flu vaccine help decrease the number of flu cases alongside COVID-19 cases within the community, the vaccine can also help reduce the burden on our healthcare systems responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and save medical resources for care of COVID-19 patients.

Schedule a Flu Vaccine Appointment   CDC Flu Season Recommendations 

Travel Information

For those faculty, staff and students who plan to travel during the pandemic, there are travel guidelines to follow before returning to campus.

Travel During COVID-19

Emergency Resources

Mental Health Resources

  • COVID Coach: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs designed the COVID Coach app to help you build resilience, manage stress, and increase your well-being during this crisis. The app is free, secure, and helps connect you to important resources for coping and adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customized tools are available to help you cope with stress; stay sane, safe, healthy and connected; and, navigate parenting, caregiving and working from home. You can track your mood, visualize your progress and find resources to seek additional help and support.
  • myStrength Mobile App: myStrength is a safe and secure app that allows users to get support for managing depression, anxiety, stress, sleep and more; track moods, set goals and notice changes over time; and, join a community that can make it easier to stay on track. NorthCare, a community mental health organization in Oklahoma City, provides support for use of the app by providing an access code for the community. Download the app and use the access code "NCcommunity."
  • Crisis Text Line: Text "HOME" to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line. The line connects you to a live, trained crisis counselor, at any time (24/7) from anywhere within the United States about any crisis.
  • Suicide Prevention Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255
  • Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center: 405-945-6215. If you are having a crisis and need a therapist to speak to within the hour, the center helps over the phone, will call in help to you or help you get to a hospital, if necessary.
  • Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services: Visit their website for resources on how to get help within the state of Oklahoma. 
  • UCO Center for Counseling and Well-Being: Central's counseling center is taking calls to schedule over-the-phone appointments. No in-person appointments will be accepted. Call 405-974-2215 to schedule an appointment. Any messages will be returned as soon as possible.