Meredith College is monitoring the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Meredith, like other institutions, continues to evaluate and make decisions as new information becomes available in the best interests of our students and community.
The Provost’s Office has been in constant communication with faculty, ensuring Meredith professors understand the need to offer flexibility to students and providing them the guidance and support to do so. 阅读教师常见问题解答
Meredith College has taken a number of precautions in preparation for students who are returning to campus. In addition, 家政 staff will do a deep cleaning of the campus, with a focus on surfaces in common spaces and high traffic areas, during the extended spring break. 了解更多关于Meredith的防范工作
When a patient is isolated, he or she has tested positive for the disease and is asked not to have contact with the public to help prevent its spread. The patient is also monitored by the local health department daily to check for any changes in temperature or overall health.
As these contacts continue to be identified, the Wake County Health Department can assess their risk of exposure and implement the appropriate public health recommendations.