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COVID-19 Resources

Update - A-10 and NCAA tournament games at UD Arena


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March 2, 2020

The University is working with the Atlantic 10 for its women's basketball tournament this weekend and the NCAA for the First Four March 17-18 to ensure a safe, healthy environment for our student-athletes and fans, but also urges them to take precautions they normally would to limit the spread of any illness. In addition to these events, the division of athletics' medical and training staffs are working with all of our teams about steps they can take while traveling to remain healthy, including continuing to take precautions they normally would to limit the spread of any illness. UD also continues to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and state and local departments of health.

The NCAA also has established a COVID-19 advisory panel of leading medical, public health and epidemiology experts from their respective fields of study and NCAA member schools to guide its response to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease. Click here for full release.

Previous updates and messages to the University community and links to CDC tips for cold and flu prevention and CDC and World Health Organization information on the coronavirus can be found below.