This week's updates include tomorrow's COVID vaccine webinar, presented by the School of Pharmacy; end-of-semester reminders; state travel restrictions; Caring Well operating plan for spring; final Concerning COVID post: Returning to the research about masks; last flu shot clinic for the semester; and COVID reporting, iCare notes, and help with Caring Well Meals deliveries.
Posts in Category: Concerning COVID
We've heard there is conflicting evidence that would counter this recommendation. What is that evidence? And how should we respond?
We're down to our final two weeks of the semester. The Lord has been so gracious and faithful, and we praise Him! Like much of the U.S., we are seeing an increase in COVID cases in Ohio, as well as an uptick on our campus. While we're all weary of the reminders, please remain vigilant to wear your masks and maintain 6-feet distance from others. Students, we are praying for you as you complete end-of-term projects and prepare for exams. Pray that we remain healthy and finish well. This week's update includes following the example of Timothy; what happens if you have to quarantine or isolate NOW?; state travel restrictions; COVID-19 vaccine online presentation; virtual class ring event (TODAY!); blood drive; Veterans Day chapel; why is a flu shot important?; flu shot Fridays continue; spring semester billing information; and COVID reporting and sending iCare notes.
November 9, 2020 Question: Why is it important to get a flu shot during the COVID-19 pandemic? Answer: During COVID-19, it is very important to get your flu vaccine, but, how does the flu vaccine help during this season of COVID-19? Promotes overall health during flu season You can have COVID-19... View Article
It's beginning to look a lot like … Christmas? Yes, over the weekend our campus transitioned into a holiday wonderland. With just three weeks left in the semester, we're celebrating early this year. We're not letting a global pandemic take away our Christmas spirit. Our festivities may be a little different this year, but the reason we celebrate is still the same — our Savior, the Messiah, Jesus has come! Today's update includes a reminder to vote; Global Outreach trips forming; serving our local community; Flu Shot Fridays and free health screenings; clarification on student mailboxes; Operation Christmas Child box-packing; Concerning COVID: Understanding quarantine; and COVID-19 reporting plus sending iCare encouragement notes to students in quarantine or isolation.
Why does quarantine have to be 14 days, while isolation (when you're sick) is only 10? If you're in quarantine, why not just get tested and be released if you're negative for COVID?
With cooler fall weather upon us, we have moved our all-student chapels from outdoors at the North Field to inside in the Doden Field House. The location may be different, but we are enjoying the same vibrant community as we gather together. We have experienced a drop in positive COVID cases recently, and we are grateful to our campus community for their vigilance and to the Lord for His gracious protection. We have just four weeks left in the semester. Let's finish strong! This week's update includes shining our lights in a darkened world; semester break dates; Concerning COVID: coping with mental health issues during this season; changes to mail pickup; new specialty burgers at Stinger's; and COVID reporting.
As we began this week in Cedarville with much-needed rain, we are continuing to trust in the Lord for His strength as we navigate this fall semester. We are grateful for His protection and for the perseverance of our students, faculty, and staff. Most importantly, we are thankful for the hope of the Gospel and the privilege of educating students for the Word of God and the Testimony of Jesus Christ, even in the midst of a pandemic! This week's update includes Christ's example of humility and service, chapel attendance groups, flu shots from Cedar Care, clarification on mask protocols, Caring Well Meals volunteers (and a reminder about iCare encouragement notes), and COVID-19 reporting.
Why are mental health concerns such a significant part of this COVID-19 pandemic?
As we move into the second half of the semester (can you believe we're starting Week #9?!), please pray that all of us (students, faculty, and staff) maintain health and strength to finish well. God has been faithful, and we trust Him to continue to provide just what we need. This week's Caring Well update includes: Know Jesus. Know Joy. weekly message; Cedar Care flu shot clinic; Caring Well encouragement notes; chapel for commuters; upgrade to package pickup; and COVID reporting.