News archive - November 2020

Monday, November 16, 2020

COVID-19 Hotline now available

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Beginning today (November 16), you can call the University’s new COVID hotline, 1-833-UW-COV19 (1-833-892-6819), for information and support if you test positive for COVID-19, have concerns about COVID-19 symptoms, or have questions about self-quarantine or testing.

When you call this hotline, you’ll speak directly to a registered nurse who can answer your questions, guide you through what to do next and contact Public Health to start the contact tracing process.

When should I call this number?

You should call this number if you:

Monday, November 16, 2020

New Mental Health Widget on LEARN

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New Mental Health Widget available in LEARN

Campus Wellness, in collaboration with the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and the Centre for Teaching Excellence, has developed a mental health widget for LEARN. This widget will be embedded into all LEARN courses with a link to a mental health resources page on the Campus Wellness website. The widget provides another touch point to clearly communicate the resources available to students and help them seek support and care when faced with any challenges.

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

COVID-19 testing on campus is now available to family members in your household

This message was originally sent to students and employees by president and vice-chancellor Feridun Hamdullahpur.

  • COVID-19 testing is now available on campus to family members living in the same household as University students, employees and postdocs.
  • Remember to get your flu shots.

I’m pleased to share that the campus COVID-19 Testing Assessment Centre at Health Services is now also open to family members of all University of Waterloo students, employees, and postdocs. Family members must be living at the same household/residential address. 

Many in our campus community have expressed the need for this service to be extended, so I am very pleased that groups across campus have worked to make this important step in our COVID-19 response possible.

Monday, November 2, 2020

Thrive creative showcase

thrive creative showcase

Thrive aims to contribute to a culture of mental wellness, normalize mental health challenges and foster a sense of community at the University of Waterloo.

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