Uiuc Winter Break 2023 – If you like cold, and I mean stupid cold, this upcoming Illinois winter might be for you. Some enjoy winter, but usually because of fresh snow. Usually, at the beginning of August, discussions about what to expect for the winter begin, and this is understandable. Illinois residents are fed up with the heat and humidity this time of year.
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The Farmer’s Almanac forecasts are often so vague that it’s hard to get it wrong, which means these accuracy claims can be slightly inflated.
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Despite its claims, what does the self-assessment publication say with 80% accuracy that we should expect in Illinois in the winter of 2022-2023?
The Farmer’s Almanac predicted that the winter of 2021-2022 would be a “freezing flip flop winter” and that’s exactly what we got! What to expect for the coming winter?
You’ll want to make sure you’re prepared for the unseasonably cold Illinois winter. These are not my words, these are the words they use in their prophecies. December 25th may be snowing when we wake up.
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They (north central states) will see their fair share of winter storms, which means there should be plenty of snow for winter enthusiasts to enjoy (maybe even a white Christmas?).
I saw this and immediately responded with the f word under my breath. It’s not “fun” either. You can read the full Farmer’s Almanac forecast here.
Looking for the best soup in Illinois? Don’t look ahead. These 27 places have the best soup reviews across the state. The University of Illinois announced Monday that it will delay the start of in-person classes by one week for the spring semester.
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URBANA – The University of Illinois announced Monday that it will delay the start of in-person spring classes at its Urbana campus by one week.
Chancellor Robert Jones said in a mass email to faculty, staff and graduate students that the first week of classes next semester will begin Tuesday, Jan. 18.
U of I epidemiologist Rebecca Smith said the one-week buffer period would give students plenty of time to double-test before returning to face-to-face classes on Jan. 24.
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“That week of online classes should provide the logistics of testing students at least three times a day after they return to town,” Smith said.
Campus officials are asking faculty, staff and graduate students to test negative for Covid twice when they return to class in January. They have called for these two exams to be completed before January 15 to overcome the rush of students who need the exams.
Jones said in his mass email that campus officials are still considering whether to request a COVID booster shot for the spring semester, but “strongly recommends” that everyone eligible get a booster shot if they haven’t already.
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Along with the rest of Champaign County, the Urbana campus has seen an increase in cases of COVID-19. There have been more than two thousand cases on campus this semester, including more than 300 last week.
Dear Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students, Today I am sending this email to all graduate students sharing information about the Spring 2022 Covid-19 regulations, including the announcement that the protocol will be online to enable return testing for graduate students during the first week of the Spring 2022 semester. All students must submit a negative off-campus COVID-19 test result and receive a negative on-campus COVID-19 test result before in-person classes resume on Monday, January 24. The increase in positive cases of COVID-19, holiday travel and the emergence of Omicron variants present real risks, and we want to maximize safety when faculty, staff and students return to campus in a few weeks. This protocol was chosen to identify and isolate any positive cases of COVID-19 among students before they return to our community. In addition to the guidelines for graduate students, I have also laid out the requirements for all additional members of our community. COVID-19 Guidelines for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students Faculty, staff, and graduate students (including those who have been fully vaccinated) must receive two negative (at least three days) on-campus COVID-19 test results during the month of January when employees return to campus. If possible, please complete two negative tests by January 15 to avoid the returning student requirement. We are still considering whether a COVID-19 vaccine booster is needed for the spring 2022 semester. However, we strongly recommend that during the winter break, all eligible individuals receive a vaccine booster. If you already have a booster, thank you for this important step All unvaccinated employees and graduate students must be tested daily to remain regular. Graduate and professional students may obtain additional information from the Dean and should follow these guidelines. I want to give you this information now so that you can prepare. We will continue to monitor the situation and seek guidance from health experts at our universities, our communities, our state and our nation. I know everyone is tired of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to our lives. I hope you know that we do not take decisions regarding COVID-19 lightly. At the same time, it is my responsibility to do what I can to maximize your safety and experience at this university, and if that means additional restrictions related to COVID-19 due to new forms or other developments, we are prepared to take them. decision. . I have said since the day I became Chancellor that I will lead with transparency and I will continue to make that commitment to each of you. Thank you for all the efforts and sacrifices you have made so far to minimize the impact of COVID-19. I’m so grateful for your care for each other, and I’m so proud of the COVID-19 ecosystem and community we’ve built together in Illinois. Very truly yours, Robert J. Jones Chancellor
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