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Staying Safe on Campus

Safety guidelines, information, and updates related to COVID-19.

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AU Health is offering drive-through and walk-in clinics for rapid COVID-19 testing


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COVID-19 Statistics

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Vaccine Information

As available, based on federal and state criteria for phases of vaccination.


Printable COVID-19 resources

Print-only materials are developed to support COVID-19 recommendations.



President Keel's weekly update

President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, gives a weekly update on COVID-19 at Augusta University. For more updates, follow @AUG_Jagwire

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On the Frontlines

COVID-19 News

We’re helping people adjust to and cope with a new reality. We’re supporting our students, faculty, and staff through this challenging time. And our researchers are helping save lives and protect healthcare workers — both in Augusta and across the nation — in a variety of ways.

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In photos: Augusta University Health heroes honored with red carpet welcome

Tuesday was an opportunity for the community to show appreciation for our health care heroes by cheering them on as they were greeted with a red carpet.

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Racial disparities in health care: The toll of COVID-19 on communities of color

Black, Latinx, Pacific Islanders and Indigenous Americans all have a COVID-19 death rate of at least double that of white Americans. Augusta University and AU Health are actively addressing these health care disparities and promoting COVID-19 vaccinations across Georgia and South Carolina.

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NBC Sports spotlights Augusta University Health COVID-19 vaccine clinics funded by Augusta National

The new Washington Square shopping center location, as well as pop-up community clinics in area churches, are funded by a $2 million joint donation by the Augusta National Golf Club and the Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area.

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New model helping identify pregnant women whose previous kidney injury puts them, babies at risk

Young pregnant women, who appear to have fully recovered from an acute injury that reduced their kidney function, have higher rates of significant problems like preeclampsia and low birthweight babies. MCG scientists are working to better understand, identify and ideally avoid this recently identified association.