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COVID-19

September 21, 2021

6 - Known Active Student Cases on the Weatherford campus
0 - Known Active Student Cases on the Sayre remote location
0 - Known Active Employee Cases for Weatherford and Sayre remote locationes

*Not all cases are on campus or in Weatherford/Sayre. Once a student or employee is identified as an active case, campus officials follow CDC and university protocol in advising the student or employee to isolate for the recommended number of days.  The State Department of Health tracks official numbers of cases in Weatherford/Sayre and the surrounding area on the State Department of Health’s COVID-19 website.

  • The public is invited to get their vaccination on Fridays, starting August 27 and continuing on Fridays through October. The Friday clinics will run from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center. Appointments are preferred and can be made by calling 580.774.3025. The clinic is open to everyone and walk-ins are accepted. (Moderna, Johnson/Johnson and Pfizer)
  • Both Walgreens and Walmart in Weatherford offer walk-in service for everyone but prefer appointments. Online appointments can be made at any Walgreens and Walmart in the state.
  • The Custer County Health Department does both testing and vaccinations for anyone, but appointments are needed and greatly encouraged. Please call 580.772.6417 in Weatherford and 580.323.2100 in Clinton to set up appointments. Both sites—220 N. Bradley Street in Weatherford and 3030 Custer Avenue in Clinton—can do appointments 8-12 and 1-5. Both sites can take vaccination appointments through  vaccinate@oklahoma.gov for their weekly pods—Mondays in Clinton and Fridays in Weatherford.

The student goes to the online reporting form to report the positive test result to the Dean of Students. The student will then receive an email from the Dean detailing instructions for the student and a date for when the student can return to class.

The student can visit the CDC guidelines for exposure for guidance on how to progress, depending on whether or not the student is vaccinated. The student stays in contact with professors to keep up with coursework in the event that, by following CDC guidelines, the student misses multiple class times.