Updated March 9, 2020
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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is a common, mild viral disease that usually affects infants and children under 5 years old, but can affect adults.
What are the symptoms?
The TigerSafe app is designed to make your experience on campus as safe and satisfying as possible. TigerSafe empowers you with the tools you need to be prepared, mitigate dangers and respond appropriately to situations that occur.
The app includes emergency alerts, tools for staying safe on campus, emergency response guides, campus maps and a variety of health and wellness resources.
Developed by Environmental Health & Safety in partnership with Public Safety, TigerSafe is Princeton’s official health and safety app for the campus community.
In the event of a public health emergency affecting the Princeton University community, you will find alerts and useful information on this page.