UNL Not Requiring Masks or COVID-19 Testing for Fall Semester – Nebraska Public Media News

The College of Nebraska-Lincoln subsequently released its fall COVID-19 plans as Lancaster County’s risk dial remains at “High”.

The College of Nebraska-Lincoln subsequently stated they won’t be requiring COVID testing or masks for that approaching school semester. UNL’s Director of Public Matters, Leslie Reed, states they’ve become guidance in the Lincoln subsequently Lancaster Health department.

“We’ve labored very carefully using the health department through the pandemic response and also the health department hasn’t suggested re-entry testing at this time,” Reed stated.

Reed states UNL isn’t intending to require testing for COVID-19 or face coverings at any time in this semester. However, students and staff on campus can receive voluntary testing as needed by getting their N-Card to among the testing locations.

Reed also stated students are now able to release space for storage on their own phones by deleting the Safer Community application.

“With our testing program this approaching semester, appointments aren’t needed. We do not need the application any longer,” she stated. “We are able to handle obtaining the leads to people through our portal.”

Students and faculty are now able to use UNL’s COVID-19 Testing Portal to gain access to previous results as well as share their vaccination status.