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Snow Storm Prompts 2-Hour Delay Monday, Jan. 11 For Texas A&M In Bryan-College Station

Many COVID-19 testing sites are expected to open after 10 a.m., but officials encourage checking before going.
By Texas A&M University January 10, 2021

Jan. 10, 2021

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, the Texas A&M University campus in Bryan-College Station and other university sites in Brazos County will operate on a two-hour delay, with a 10 a.m. start Monday, Jan. 11 for nonessential employees. Nonessential employees able to work from home until the delayed start should do so.

University bus service will start at 9 a.m.

COVID-19 testing for outdoor locations including drive-thrus is canceled for Mon, Jan. 11. Testing for indoor sites is delayed until 10 a.m. Individuals scheduled to take a test prior to 10 a.m. at indoor sites may proceed to their appointment at 10 a.m. Before going to test, consult the updated testing locations site.

Mini-mester courses scheduled before 10 a.m. Monday are canceled or will meet remotely at the discretion of faculty members.

Employees with questions about their status as essential vs. nonessential and employees at university sites outside of Brazos County should consult their respective leadership for guidance.

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