The COVID-19 Data Dashboard will be updated daily with information related to the current impact of COVID-19 on campus. Relevant data points in the dashboard inlcude:
Wear a Mask Wash Your Hands Physical Distance Daily Screening
Mask Up: Masks or face coverings will be required unless individuals are alone in a room, alone outside, eating, drinking, or exercising or when it interferes with required curricular activities.
Physical Distancing: All members of the university community will be required to practice physical distancing. Specifically, individuals should be at least six feet apart unless required by specific curricular activities.
Daily Screening: All faculty, staff and students who are on campus must do a daily self-assessment for possible symptoms 7 days a week. UK will provide and require a technology-based application for daily symptom checks and self-attestation. Completion of this screening is necessary for students to remain in compliance with university policy.
UKY Research on COVID-19
UK Virologist Shares What We Know About COVID-19 (July 22, 2020)
UK Joins National Data Collaborative for COVID-19 Research (July 8, 2020)
New Study Shows Social Distancing is Working in Kentucky (April 28, 2020)
The Campus Restart page details the planning that went into the decision to reopen campus for the Fall 2020 semester.
On June 16, the University of Kentucky released its final plan for its restart in the fall.
Read the complete report: UK's Playbook for Reinvented Operations
Status Reports: These reports describe the university's plans and operational details for reinvented safe and normal operations.
Three teams comprised of faculty, staff, and students were convened and met independently to create plans around four possible scenarios: "normal" start, delayed start, hybrid semester, and fully online semester.
As of May 13, the suggestions from the teams were consolidated into one concept plan for each scenario: