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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, staffing shortages in health care have been widely reported. Even as Washington state’s masking mandates have lifted and restrictions have relaxed, health care staffing challenges at UW Medicine have continued, and the Service Employees International Union (…

In 2020, a self-assembling nanoparticle vaccine developed by UW researchers demonstrated ultra-potency in a preclinical study. Now named GBP510, the vaccine recently advanced through a Phase 3 clinical trial led by SK bioscience, a biopharmaceutical company in South Korea.

Recent COVID-19 positivity rates on campus are lower compared to the winter omicron surge, which peaked with 1,244 cases on the week returning from winter break. In the last seven days, however, the positivity rate was 5%, according to the Husky Coronavirus Testing Program, which is higher t…

On March 29, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a second dose of the booster for immunocompromised individuals and people 50 and older.

On March 29, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a second dose of the booster for immunocompromised individuals and people 50 and older.

UW has received about $310 million in COVID-19 aid, according to Assistant Vice Provost of Planning and Budgeting Jason Campbell. Since May 2021, the university has received close to $106 million from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021. Aid was split between $53 million allocated to …

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