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As we — and the pandemic — move into the fall, getting a flu shot can help decrease your risk of other viral infections.
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From virtual workshops to Friday night dinners on Zoom, VCU’s student organizations are providing ways “to feel connected in a very disconnected world.”
First-year students in chemical and life science engineering course gear up for a classroom coffee brewing competition.
Students and employees — working in a contact tracing unit on campus under the oversight of the Virginia Department of Health — are helping to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Johannes Barfield and the other alumni honorees will be honored in a virtual ceremony Oct. 15.
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The increase of 123% occurred during a time when VCU Medical Center was experiencing a lower-than-average number of overall visits.
The new graphics and signs are part of ongoing work at VCU and in Richmond to improve pedestrian and mobility safety.
As flu season approaches, the threat of COVID-19 becomes more complex. Public health experts have been warning of a “twindemic” — a severe flu season combined with an increase in COVID-19 cases. While the effect that flu season will have on the pandemic is unknown, health officials are encouraging people to take several steps to stay healthy, including getting a flu shot.