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    Current Campus COVID-19 Guidelines

    What you need to know:

    Planned Closures or Hours Changes

    Upcoming Campus Holiday (05/27/24)

    The Ashe Center will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of the Memorial Day university holiday. If you have COVID-19 symptoms such as fever and cough, receive a positive test result, or have had close contact with someone who tested positive please do the following: (1) Isolate yourself and stay at home; (2) Call The Ashe Center COVID-19 Hotline at (310) 206-6217 immediately.

    Please note: Processing of COVID self-tests via the campus vending machines may be affected by the university holiday.

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    Masks Suggested ๐Ÿ˜ท

    Though the universal mask mandate for healthcare settings has been lifted effective May 1, we continue to encourage mask use in healthcare settings. Complimentary masks are available at The Ashe Center main entrance.

    More on Masking

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    Campus Initiative Spotlight ๐Ÿ”ฆ

    The UCLA Narcan Distribution Project is committed to providing students and staff with free access to Narcan (the brand name for the generic medication naloxone), an easy-to-use, life-saving medication used to treat opioid overdoses. The program aims to help lower the occurrence of opioid-related overdoses, reduce the stigma surrounding substance use, and to promote a safe and healthy UCLA community.

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    UCLA Narcan Distribution Project

    The need for a Narcan distribution project on college campuses is clear. By providing access to Narcan, we can save lives and prevent needless deaths from opioid overdoses. Narcan is a medication that can quickly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, restoring normal breathing and potentially saving the person's life. By having Narcan available on campus, we can ensure that students and staff are equipped to respond to an opioid overdose and have the tools they need to act quickly and effectively.

    In addition to the potential life-saving benefits, a Narcan distribution project can also help reduce the stigma surrounding substance use disorders. By acknowledging the reality of substance use on college campuses and taking steps to address it, we can help create a more supportive and understanding community for those who may be struggling with addiction.

    Overall, a Narcan distribution project is an important step in addressing the opioid epidemic and promoting the health and well-being of college communities. By raising awareness, providing education and training, and making Narcan available, we can help prevent overdose deaths and support those who are struggling with addiction.

    In the News ๐Ÿ“ฐ

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    Daily Bruin: Dr. Chaitali Mukherjee introduces Ashe Centerโ€™s new COVID-19 safety campaign (Q&A)

    April 1, 2024

    Dr. Chaitali Mukherjee, executive director of the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, sat down with Daily Bruin contributor Shaun Thomas to discuss the Ashe Centerโ€™s new COVID-19 safety campaign as students return to campus from spring break.

    Read the Daily Bruin

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    Letter to the Editor: Ashe Center Offers Substantial Medical Resources to Students

    April 9, 2023

    UCLA's Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) published this op-ed in The Daily Bruin campus publication.

    Meet the UCLA SHAC

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