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Bookstore Closure and COVID-19 Prevention Reminders

Bookstore
The bookstore is closed but will process online orders. Students remaining on campus will order course materials online and pick them up in the mail room. Students should note that Amazon book orders may not arrive on time because Amazon is prioritizing deliveries of other goods.
 
Social distancing
In order to reduce risk of spreading COVID-19, all members of the campus community are advised to practice social distancing. Social distancing is deliberately increasing the physical space between people to avoid spreading illness. Staying at least six feet away from other people lessens your chances of catching or passing COVID-19. 

All college events with more than 10 people are canceled. Employees who can telecommute are asked to work from home, meetings should be virtual, and there will be no visitors to campus. Admission open houses are canceled. 

Remember, Worner Campus Center is accessible to current faculty, staff, and students with approved stay on campus only. Key card access doors are at the south and northwest doors only. 
 
Call before you go
If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to COVID-19, or are feeling sick and wondering what you should do, CALL BEFORE GOING TO YOUR DOCTOR'S OFFICE OR HOSPITAL.  
 
Some insurance plans — including CC’s student health insurance plan and employee health insurance plan — have telehealth options that allow you to speak to a medical provider who can help you determine your risk and appropriate medical care and testing, so check your insurance plan to see what might be available to you.  
 
“Dispatch Health” has been added to the CC employee health plan. This service will triage if a plan member has questions about whether they need to see a medical provider; if it is a medical issue they can handle, they will go to the plan member’s homeTelehealth is another option covered by the plan for triage or minor health care.
 
Here are tips on how to differentiate between COVID-19, flu, cold, or allergy symptoms.
 

View CC’s Coronavirus Updates & Resources page