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-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.

June 21, 2021
This document has been updated and consolidated to focus guidance on target ventilation, physical distancing, and general room requirements in spaces used for eating and drinking. Certain requirements including time limits, prohibition of talking, and signage have been removed.
June 17, 2021
This document has been updated with revisions to multiple activity rows within Table 1, including outdoor events, fitness facilities, travel, and official visitors, as well as significant changes to the room and space and designated eating and drinking areas rows.
June 17, 2021
This document has been updated to reflect June 2021 changes to state, federal, and Harvard University COVID-19 requirements.
June 4, 2021
This document has been updated to reflect new Harvard University, Massachusetts, and federal guidance. Information on reopening topics, including face coverings, physical distancing, indoor events, and vaccination, has been updated in the Narrative, Table 1, and Table 2 sections.
June 4, 2021
This document provides the minimum physical distances required for certain activities listed in Table 1 of Harvard University Guidance for On-Campus Activity, including performances and rehearsals, fitness centers and club sports.