The University has released a number of email communications in the recent past regarding COVID-19. Summary of these communications is below.
country and in Maryland. It is more important than ever that you follow safety guidelines to protect yourself and others both on-campus and off-campus. These include social distancing, proper masking and use of PPE, and good hand hygiene. If you experience COVID-19 symptoms, please call the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Call Center (JHCCC) at 833-546-7546 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. seven days a week.SARS-CoV-2 infection rates are climbing sharply across the
If you observe someone who fails to comply with campus safety guidelines, please report this to SPEAK2US, online or at 1-844-SPEAK2US.
here in Maryland. You may be required to quarantine or take a test upon arrival at your destination or return to Maryland.
JHCCC offers SARS-CoV-2 testing for students experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. With the expansion of testing capacity, SOM students will have access to asymptomatic testing in late December/early January. Until that time if you are not experiencing symptoms and want to receive a test for yourself or your family member, information on MD testing sites may be found here. The Baltimore Convention Center location is one testing site and will have extended hours to accommodate testing the week before and after Thanksgiving.Currently, the
Should the School of Medicine decide to resume in-person classes, students and faculty directly engaged in in-person classes whether as a student or teaching assistant will have to participate in mandatory weekly surveillance COVID-19 testing.
COVID-19 dashboard to track cases across the University.If you are interested in following the prevalence of COVID-19 cases in our community, the University has developed a
Finally, updated details about JHU guidelines for research and instruction may be found here.