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Kent Wired

Unvaccinated students may face restrictions starting December 20

Alexandra Golden Reporter September 6, 2021

Kent State students, faculty and staff have until Dec. 20 to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, President Todd Diacon announced via email on Aug. 27, 2021. Being fully vaccinated means having “their...

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Mental health resources offered at regional campus Kent State Stark

Sam Wright Reporter June 22, 2021

Mental health services at Kent State Stark will be offered for free: online or in-person, starting fall 2021. The services offered for mental health are located in the Campus Center. According to the...

COVID-19 vaccines will be available at the Kent State Field House every Tuesday this spring.

Kent State Field House functioning as mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Alexandra Golden Reporter March 17, 2021

Starting March 23, the Kent State Field House will function as a mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Tuesday this spring. This clinic is for anyone who lives in Portage County...

Ohio Department of Health infographic about Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccination.

The new Flashes Safe Eight and KSU’s expectations for vaccination

Ethan Cohen Reporter March 3, 2021

Kent State University published the Flashes Safe Eight March 1 that introduces COVID-19 vaccination as the eighth step.The new step asks students to “Flash Your Arm” and get vaccinated when they...

City of Kent and Portage county health centers work to counter COVID-19 cases

Rachel Karas, General assignment reporter Amanda Levine, Sports editor March 28, 2020

County LevelThere are currently 19 confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Portage County. Three people are hospitalized; one is in their 30s and a second is over 80, according to an article written...

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U.S. declares public health emergency over coronavirus, university monitors outbreak

Running a fever, coughing  and dealing with a runny nose are common symptoms of a virus known as the common cold, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC]. This bug we deal with...

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