OSU TRACE

Mark Farley / OSU

As of today, roughly 66% of Oregonians 18 and older have had at least one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine. An expert at Oregon State University says that's not enough to help protect the less vulnerable, like children, the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. Brett Tyler also says the virus is mutating and becoming more dangerous, particularly in the unvaccinated population. And, yes, that includes children under 12.

Karl Maasdam / OSU

During their door-to-door sampling this weekend, researchers with the Oregon State University TRACE project will be offering the COVID-19 vaccine door-to-door in Corvallis.

Oregon State University

Oregon State University says its TRACE project has tested more than sixty-thousand people for COVID-19 since it started one year ago.

  

Chris Lehman / KLCC

Results of the latest round of COVID-19 prevalence testing in Corvallis show the highest levels there since the project began nearly a year ago.

  

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The effort to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19 won’t be the final chapter in the fight against the pandemic. That’s according to an Oregon State University researcher who spoke to reporters Tuesday.

  

Oregon State University

Oregon State University is taking its program that tests for the prevalence of the coronavirus to Redmond this weekend, Jan. 29, 30 and 31.

  

Oregon State University

Oregon State University said Monday that it’s received a grant that could lead to a nationwide expansion of its program that tests for the prevalence of the coronavirus.

Oregon State University

Oregon State University is testing residents of one of its dorms and an off campus student apartment building for COVID-19 after wastewater investigators found traces of the virus in sewer outflows.