Coronavirus or COVID-19
Your health and well-being are of paramount importance to Touro Nevada and we continue to actively monitor developments related to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus disease). Touro University Nevada's remote instruction and business operations will remain in effect until at least June 30, 2020.
- TUN Roadmap to the New Normal
- CDC Coronavirus Updates
- WHO Coronavirus Updates
- Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada: Phase 2
- Roadmap to Recovery for Nevada Industry and Activity-Specific Guidance
- State of Nevada Phase 2 Reopening Plan
- CPE Update Concerning Reopening Private Postsecondary Institutions
- SNHD General Guidance for Reopening
- TUN Health and Safety Guide
July 6, 2020
Dear Touro Nevada Employees,
As we continue in Phase 2, we have developed the TUN Health and Safety Guide for campus. It details responsibilities for everyone - from wearing masks, keeping distances, symptom monitoring, cleaning, campus access, and more. The form on the last two pages will be sent to you separately in a qualtrics survey. You will be asked to submit your acknowledgment that you have read and understood the form.
You have also received emails about online training from Safe Colleges and HR. You need to complete the three mandated courses before returning to campus.
Everyone has a role to play in keeping the campus community safe and healthy. We will all need patience and understanding with each other as we continue navigating this pandemic.
Thank you for all you do for Touro and let’s keep moving forward.
CEO and Senior Provost
Touro Nevada Information
COVID-19 information for Touro University Nevada students, faculty, and staff.
Looking for somewhere “to go” during your study breaks? We have some FREE trips you can take and still do your part to stay home.
Read the campus messages from Touro University Nevada administration and the resources and important campus updates sent out to the campus community.
What You Should Know
Find pertinent national and local information as well as reminders on how to prevent the spread of the virus.
The CDC website on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 is comprehensive. You can find information on how it spreads, symptoms, prevention and treatment, and much more.
The best defense against any virus is to take preventative measures. Be sure you are doing all you can to prevent yourself and others from becoming ill.
The SNHD website has current numbers on the COVID-19 throughout the region and statewide, as well as a comprehensive list of preventative measures and resources.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, fill out the form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.