COVID-19 Resources

The resources in this area inform and educate Harvard University personnel and reduce the on-campus risks associated with COVID-19. These resources include guidance documents, fact sheets, operational environmental control procedures (ECP), trainings, and COVID-19-specific services (e.g., remote workstation evaluations).
In addition to the below frequently accessed featured resources, the document library contains a master list of web-based COVID-19 resources.
Resource additions and updates are tabulated and described in Resource Updates.

May 19, 2022

Update: Harvard University On Campus Activity Guidance

The following sections have been updated:

  • Face Coverings
  • Viral Testing

Please see the May 19, 2022 Updates section for a detailed summary of the most recent changes. The full change log, which includes all prior revision summaries, can be found at the end of the guidance.

May 3, 2022

Update: Building/Facilities Operations, Systems, & Management: Frequently Asked Questions

Requirements to conduct enhanced cleaning following notification of positive COVID-19 cases in non-healthcare facilities were removed. The CDC reiterates the low risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission via surface contamination.

May 2, 2022

Update: Harvard University On Campus Activity Guidance

The following sections have been updated:

  • Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Quarantine
  • Vaccination
  • Viral Testing

Please see the May 2, 2022 Updates section for a detailed summary of the most recent changes. The full change log, which includes all prior revision summaries, can be found at the end of the guidance.

April 20, 2022

Update: Harvard University On Campus Activity Guidance

The following sections have been updated:

  • Federal Guidance
  • Massachusetts and Local Requirements
  • Face Coverings

Please see the April 20, 2022 Updates section for a detailed summary of the most recent changes. The full change log, which includes all prior revision summaries, can be found at the end of the guidance.

April 20, 2022

Update: Face Coverings: General Use

Consistent with current federal and local guidelines, this document was updated to remove the mask requirement for public and private transportation, including University shuttles and buses. Face coverings are still recommended in these settings.