Coronavirus Information Employee Resources

If you are feeling ill or have a fever, stay home and contact your health care provider and then your supervisor to report your absence from work. See below for the latest information.


Missouri S&T is committed to helping employees stay safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. One important tool for suppressing the spread of the coronavirus and preventing severe disease is the COVID-19 vaccine. Being up to date on COVID-19 vaccination including a booster dose is strongly encouraged.  For local area vaccination sites, click here.

Locate a COVID-19 vaccination site in the U.S. 

How to voluntarily report your vaccination status

Are you fully vaccinated? If so, please let us know by voluntarily providing your information through the COVID Vaccine Uploader in myHR to report status. You will need to upload a photo of your vaccination card as proof of vaccination. 

COVID-19 testing

If you have common cold-like symptoms (nasal congestion, sore throat, cough), fever, loss of or change in taste or smell or are worried you might have COVID-19, isolate and get tested.  Contact your healthcare provider for guidance. If you have a home COVID-19 test, follow the manufacturer’s directions. If you have symptoms, the recommendation is to continue to isolate and repeat a home test in 24-48 hours if the first test is negative and you still have symptoms.  If you test positive, please report to or call 573-341-4902.

Locate a COVID-19 testing site here.

What to do if you test positive for COVID-19

As of May 16, 2022, the University of Missouri System has paused the requirement for employees to inform the university if they have tested positive for COVID-19. Employees are expected to manage their own personal health measures for COVID-19 as they do for other contagious illnesses.

If you test positive or are caring for someone at high risk of COVID-19, follow these guidelines.

Variant map

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services updates its Variant Dashboard weekly. This map of Missouri shows locations of reported mutations associated with COVID-19, such as the Delta variant. View the map.

Updated March 2022