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Boise State suspends travel to and from China in response to coronavirus outbreak

Boise State University officials have asked campus to suspend all travel to and from China for faculty, researchers, students and others. The decision follows the U.S. Department of State’s determination to issue a “Level 4” travel advisory cautioning against all travel to and from the entire country of China as the coronavirus continues to spread.

The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors are the top priority for Boise State.

There are no reported cases of coronavirus on campus or anywhere in Idaho.

University guidance will change based on information from the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and the U.S. Department of State.

As always, medical professionals and mental health counselors are available at University Health Services for health concerns or other assistance students, faculty and staff may need.

Questions or concerns?

Students with any questions can contact Corrine Henke in the Center for Global Education at (208) 426-2630.

Faculty or staff with foreign travel concerns can contact Kip McBean in Risk Management at (208) 426-3636. Anyone seeking a waiver to the policy should contact the President’s Office.