Johns Hopkins has developed guidelines for a gradual resumption of activities with the health and safety of our community at the forefront of our thinking.

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Undergraduate Gathering Limits & Testing

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Current Status

As of June 9

  • Johns Hopkins University is planning for the return of activity to our campuses, with the hope and expectation that the university will be substantially back to normal this fall. More information
  • All on-site faculty and staff are required to be vaccinated by Aug. 1. More information
  • All students coming to campuses in the U.S. this fall who do not have exemptions are required to be vaccinated. More information
  • The university is planning for the majority of staff and faculty to return to campus in person by mid-August. More information
  • The university is hosting on-campus clinics at which faculty, staff, students, and contractors can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations are free and staff can use COVID-19 vaccine leave for time off while they receive or recover from the vaccination. More information
  • Shuttles are available from Homewood to the COVID-19 mass vaccination site at M&T Bank Stadium. More information
  • JHU campuses no longer require face coverings in most outdoor spaces when 6 feet of distance can be maintained. More information
  • JHU is currently in Phase 2 of its reopening plan, with expanded on-campus activity for the spring semester. More information

Key Resources

Anyone with concerns about noncompliance with JHU COVID-19 safety measures is encouraged to submit information via the confidential compliance line or call 844-SPEAK2US (844-773-2528).

On-campus vaccination clinics

The university is hosting a series of clinics at which JHU faculty, staff, students, and contractors can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations are free and staff can use COVID-19 vaccine leave for time off while they receive or recover from the vaccination. Clinics will be scheduled weekly through most of the summer.

JH NEEDS U

Help us protect each other

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Cover your face

Always wear a mask on campus

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Wash your hands

Wash or sanitize hands often and don’t touch your face

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Distance yourself

Keep six feet between you and others

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If you have symptoms

Self-isolate and call 443-287-8500 right away

Your Input is Crucial

In addition to formal working groups, we have created multiple avenues for community input, including a student advisory committee and a series of virtual town halls and forums. Comments and suggestions about the resumption of on-campus activities can be shared at any time.

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