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Yale Raises Risk Level to ‘Low to Moderate Risk’

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December 3, 2021

Yale University raised its risk level for coronavirus to yellow, signifying “low to moderate risk, reflecting public health conditions and the emergence of Omicron.”

Among the changes:

  • Those with a weekly testing requirement were asked to get a second test this week.
  • Those without a testing requirement are encouraged to test twice this week.
  • Students were told to avoid travel for the rest of the semester and choose delivery or pickup options versus off-campus, in-person dining.
  • Students were told to avoid large indoor gatherings that are not university sponsored.

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