Milan Puskar Stadium At 25% Capacity Beginning Oct. 17

West Virginia University and its Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will welcome fans back to Milan Puskar Stadium for the first time this football season, when the Mountaineers play host to the Kansas Jayhawks on Oct. 17.

Test, isolate, communicate: Keys to controlling a COVID-19 outbreak in a long-term care facility

Widespread COVID-19 testing may be an obvious way to control an outbreak in a long-term care facility. But communication among the facility’s staff, its residents and the residents’ family members is crucial, too. A new study led by Carl Shrader, a physician and researcher in the Department of Family Medicine in the West Virginia University School of Medicine, revealed the role that communication played in quashing a COVID-19 outbreak at Sundale, a long-term care facility in Morgantown.

Hatfields at WVU Mountainlair temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure

Hatfields at the Mountainlair temporarily closed today (Sept. 20) after West Virginia University was notified of a COVID-19 exposure at the dining hall. The University immediately implemented its safety protocols, initiating a deep cleaning of the space. Hatfields is expected to reopen at 4:30 p.m. today for dinner service.

WVU adapts and plans for the future amid COVID-19 response

Plans for new and reimagined academic and athletics spaces, upgraded technology and an ongoing commitment to create a supportive campus environment for all at West Virginia University are moving forward despite the health, safety and fiscal challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.