Officials said they anticipate a “very high demand” for COVID-19 tests after winter break on Jan. 10, 11 and 12 as students return to campus.
GW is partnering with higher education institutions in 10 U.S. jurisdictions with high HIV rates to decrease transmission in Latino communities.
Students returned to campus this fall with a wide array of mitigation measures in place, including testing, masking and vaccine requirements.
More than 20 students said they’re looking to the COVID-19 booster shot for a greater sense of safety as the Omicron variant spreads.
Officials said they won’t require the booster shot yet, but full vaccination in addition to a booster shot will help protect students from COVID-19 variants.
LeBlanc said officials are “committed” to preventing discrimination on campus and that GW is currently “investigating” the allegations.
Faculty members who worked with Strong said he will be remembered for his enthusiastic attitude and his care for others.
Patients will receive new access to an online payment system, early appointment check-ins and customer service through the new patient portal.
Students reflected on parting with their loved ones in a time of fear and uncertainty, without proper funerals or a chance to say goodbye.
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced she will be running for re-election in the District’s 2022 mayoral race on Thursday.