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Health officials worldwide are monitoring a respiratory illness outbreak caused by a new coronavirus, named “COVID-19,” that originated in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. DSU continues to monitor updates on the spread of 2019 novel coronavirus from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and we are using their guidance and recommendations here on our own campus.

Testing Opportunities

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 testing opportunities in North Dakota, please visit http://www.ndus.edu/gettested

DSU COVID-19 Guidelines and Procedures

Here you will find COVID-19 guidelines and procedures approved by the President’s Cabinet team with regard to the operation of the University in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 News Blog

Visit the COVID-19 section of the DSU News Blog for important announcements and information related to COVID-19.

DSU COVID-19 Dashboard

This information is provided as a service to our campus and local community. Data has been self-reported by campus faculty, staff, and students.

This data is typically updated by noon each day reflecting updates from the previous day, if changes occur. This excludes weekends and holidays. Information and reports from those days will be included with the next reporting day.

Visit the ND Department of Health for more information about Stark County and the State of North Dakota. 

Dickinson CampusBismarck Campus
# of Active Cases30
# of Recovered Cases870

Last Updated: 10/23/2020 at 10:50 a.m.

Data compiled by:

Carrie.Knudson@dickinsonstate.edu

Dsu.health@dickinsonstate.edu

701-483-2304 office

701-401-5088 cell phone/text messaging

Symptoms

According to the CDC, symptoms of the virus include:
• runny nose
• headache
• cough
• sore throat
• fever
• a general feeling of being unwell

The CDC believes that symptoms of COVID-19 may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. The illness can be more serious for individuals with a weakened immune system, the elderly, or those with underlying respiratory problems. It could result in bronchitis and pneumonia.

What to Do if You Are Sick

Anyone who has returned from an affected region within the past 14 days and is sick with fever and a cough, or difficulty breathing, should seek medical care immediately and call ahead to the doctor’s office to inform them of recent travel and symptoms.

Students with symptoms should call DSU Student Health Services at 701-483-2304.

Faculty and staff are encouraged to contact their primary healthcare provider.

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