TAMIU On-Campus Testing
Last updated: 05/06/2022
County results as of 04/26/2022

For a comprehensive week-by-week breakdown, please visit our COVID TESTING DASHBOARD.

Date Total Tested Positive Negative Inconclusive Estimated Recovered Positivity Rate* Webb Co. Positivity Rate
Cumulative Totals 11616 618 10814 184 618 5.32% 9.98%

*The Positivity Rate indicated is the percentage of positive test results to the total number of tests conducted by Curative at TAMIU for students and employees registering via the TAMIU link.

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Updated: 02/28/2022

Office of the President

Here at Texas A&M International University, we encourage all members of our campus and Laredo community to continue testing and the use of recommended face coverings/masks. Please see current, State and County-specific recommended mask guidance for Webb county here.

Continue to practice distancing and rigorous hand-washing. The best defense continues to be vaccination and boosters, both offered free of charge on campus every Wednesday in the Student Center Rotunda.

Each of us must resolve to do our part to help protect ourselves, and others. We truly are all in this Together.

Please bookmark this page for updates and information about on-campus free testing, vaccination, and booster opportunities.

It’s a one-stop spot that gathers all information about the University’s response to the COVID-19 Pandemic for your convenience.

Let’s all make it a great and healthy Spring semester!

Pablo Arenaz, Ph.D.





COVID-19 Testing Options and Vaccinations

For additional information on TAMIU COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, visit: https://www.tamiu.edu/health/covid-19-reporting.shtml

How is it Spread?

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Coughing and sneezing

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Close personal contact

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 Not washing hands

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Touching your mouth, nose, or eyes

Prevent the Spread!

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

Do NOT touch your mouth, nose, or eyes with unwashed hands

Avoid close contact with people who are sick

Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue, throw tissue in trash

Clean and disinfect objects and surfaces

Stay home from work or school if you have fever or are not feeling well.




Symptoms may appear in as few as 2 days or approximately 2 weeks after exposure.

Symptoms may include:

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Difficulty Breathing


If you have symptoms, contact a healthcare provider. Current TAMIU Students can call Student Health Services at (956) 326-2236 or visit Student Center (STC) room 125.


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