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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Overview

Videos

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Survivor contestant and VT alumnus with a COVID-19 message for Hokies.

Senior Andrew Luo discusses advice on how to reduce the spread.

Student Mojdeh Nourbakhsh on taking precautions.

President Sands and other Virginia Tech leaders address questions from the community.

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A friendly face with a message about social distancing. 

Virginia Tech experts in public health, vaccines, consumer economics, and psychology will answer your questions.

Health & well-being

Wherever this unprecedented time finds you, there are tons of resources still available to help you sustain yourself during this difficult time.

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Staying informed

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Supporting Hokies

Many have asked how they can help our students during this extraordinary time. The Student Emergency Fund is a powerful way to make a difference.

CAMPUS UPDATES

We have moved to essential operations. The university will prioritize its resources toward functions and services that are essential to life safety (public safety, health services, and housing and dining for students remaining in university housing), online instruction and academic support services, animal care, essential research, and maintenance of buildings and critical infrastructure.


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