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Welcome COVID-19 Information

Details: The public health crisis continues to demand personal responsibility, a spirit of cooperation, and resilience. See on-campus policies and services for keeping Yale healthy. Dining Events, Gatherings & Meetings Campus Occupancy Limits. more campus policies & services

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Health Guidelines COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 1, 2021 Each member of the community plays a critical role in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and keeping Yale healthy. All students, faculty, and staff must commit to following health and safety guidelines and setting an example for their peers. Because state and public health …

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Health and Safety Leaders COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 19, 2021 The Health and Safety Leader (HSL) oversees adherence to the Yale Community Compact and Statement of Expectations by providing ongoing communications and guidance on health and safety requirements related to the pandemic to the community (e.g., inform, remind, and coach people on social distancing, use of face coverings, cleaning protocols, etc.); tracks

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Daily Health Check COVID-19 Information

Details: All students, faculty, and staff on campus must monitor their health daily for symptoms of COVID-19. If you have symptoms, contact your health care provider or the Campus COVID Resource Line (203-432-6604). Complete the health check survey daily before you go to campus or leave your on-campus residence. log in at dailyhealthcheck.yale.edu.

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Daily Health Check COVID-19 Information

Details: Following the Daily Health Check process is a critical way for us to continue to work together to reduce the spread of COVID‐19 and for you to protect your own health. Stephanie S. Spangler, M.D. Vice Provost for Health Affairs and Academic Integrity Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences University COVID-19

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Yale COVID-19 Screening Program COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 21, 2021 Yale’s COVID-19 Screening Program consists of two components: testing and contact tracing. The program was designed to reduce the risk of outbreaks on campus and in the New Haven community. Free viral testing is available to all faculty, staff, and students. All asymptomatic and symptomatic testing is self-scheduled.

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Screening Program for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate and

Details: Yale Health Acute Care (203-432-0123) is available 24-7 if needed. Yale is offering testing to all faculty, staff, trainees, and graduate and professional students. All Yale students, faculty, staff, trainees, are eligible regardless of insurance. Family members who live in …

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Prevention COVID-19 Information

Details: The following health precautions must also be followed: Avoid contact with people who are ill. Refrain from touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

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Mandatory Training COVID-19 Information

Details: Home > Health > Mandatory Training. Mandatory Training Updated May 13, 2021. All faculty, staff, and students returning to campus are required to complete online informational programs. This requirement includes faculty and staff who are not authorized to work on campus but need to come to campus for any reason.

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Yale COVID-19 Statistics COVID-19 Information

Details: Practice health and safety measures: physical distancing, masks required, daily health check, hand washing. Frequency of testing may be increased for some populations. Additional steps will be taken on all or parts of campus and may include, for example: Classes moved to online only. Targeted quarantine for campus locations with clusters of

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Fact Sheet for Students: What to Do While Isolating On

Details: The Yale Health nurses will be collecting this information to help manage your care. Wear a mask or face covering if you leave your room to use the bathroom, showers, or for another necessary reason. Practice physical distancing (at least 6 feet or 2 meters) from others.

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Scheduling asymptomatic testing for Yale Health dependents

Details: Note: Employees with Aetna or other health insurance may not obtain testing for dependents through Yale Health. You may directly schedule an appointment for your asymptomatic (no symptoms) Yale Health dependents through the link below if you meet the following criteria:. You are a Yale employee with Yale Health insurance AND; The dependent you wish to schedule for has MyChart Account OR

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Yale COVID-19 Contact Tracing Program COVID-19 Information

Details: Community-based contacts can call their primary care provider or the city’s hotline (2-1-1) if they have questions or concerns. You may also receive a call from your local health department for community-based contact tracing. If you receive such a call, please cooperate with the local health authorities by participating in the interview.

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What to Do if You Become Ill COVID-19 Information

Details: If you experience fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, stay home and contact a healthcare provider for guidance—do not go to a health care facility before you have called your health care provider or a hospital emergency room for instructions. If you are a Yale student or Yale Health member, you should contact Internal Medicine (203-432-0038), Student Health (203-432-0312), or Pediatrics

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Travel Guidelines COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 9, 2021 Travel has been identified as a significant risk for exposure to COVID-19 and the university continues to strongly discourage unnecessary travel for students, faculty, and staff for the duration of this public health crisis. At this time, based on progress in the national COVID-19 vaccination initiative, public health experts have identified certain

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COVID-19 Travel Update and Health Information COVID-19

Details: In our own community, Yale Health, Yale Medicine, Yale School of Public Health, Yale Emergency Management, Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), and public health authorities at the state and local level are collaborating closely. We have created a 24-hour hotline (203 …

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Contact COVID-19 Information

Details: Contact your Health and Safety Leader (HSL). For units without a designated HSL, contact your Lead Administrator. Reporting a Compliance Concern You may report a concern about compliance with COVID-19 health and safety policies or regulations directly to your staff supervisor, your human resources representative, or a supervising faculty member.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Program COVID-19 Information

Details: when in health care facilities; in situations, such as large assemblies, where universal masking is explicitly required. Test or quarantine upon arrival to campus or return from personal or business travel. Engage in regular asymptomatic testing. Complete the Daily Health Check.

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Visitors Policy COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 16, 2021 To protect the health and safety of faculty, staff and students, the university has established an approval process and minimum requirements for any visitors (see definition below). At this time and effective until further notice visitors are permitted on campus only after approval.

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Community Commitment COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 6, 2021 We ask that members of the Yale community commit to following university and public health guidance and protocols. Failure to do so puts all of us, our colleagues, students, friends, and family members at risk, and may require the university to restrict access to campus. Students Sign the Yale Community Compact

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Statement of Expectations for Faculty, Staff, and

Details: complete the health and safety training prior to their return to campus, comply with Yale’s policy regarding visitors, and; keep informed of and follow Yale’s travel and events, gatherings and meetings requirements. For full and updated information on the university’s health and safety measures, please see our Health Guidelines page.

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COVID-19 Update: Travel, Yale Health Guidance, and

Details: If you are a Yale student or Yale Health member, you should contact Internal Medicine (203-432-0038), Student Health (203-432-0312), or Pediatrics (203-432-0206) from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For urgent attention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, please call Yale Health Acute Care (203-432-0123).

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Fact Sheet for Students: What to Do While Isolating Off

Details: The Yale Health team is available 24/7 to help and offering you the opportunity to have any questions answered. Campus COVID Resource Line: 203-432-6604. Mental Health and Counseling: 203-432-0290. Up-to-date university guidance and information about COVID-19 can be found at covid19.yale.edu.

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Fact Sheet for Faculty and Staff: What to Do While

Details: The Yale Health team is available 24/7 to help and offering you the opportunity to have any questions answered. Campus COVID Resource Line: 203-432-6604. Employee Assistance Program for counseling and support services: 800-327-9240. Up-to-date university guidance and information about COVID-19 can be found at covid19.yale.edu.

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Community Commitment COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 2, 2021 We ask that members of the Yale community commit to following university and public health guidance and protocols. Failure to do so puts all of us, our colleagues, students, friends, and family members at risk, and may require the university to restrict access to campus. Students Sign the Yale Community Compact

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Fall 2020 COVID-19 Information

Details: Dear Members of the Yale Community, We are writing to report plans for fall 2020. We know you have been waiting patiently for the information provided here, in the attached links, and in communications you will receive from others shortly. These plans adhere to the advice of public health experts, reflect input from Yale’s COVID-19 Contingency Planning Committees, and are in

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Campus Life COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated July 2, 2021 The public health crisis continues to demand personal responsibility, a spirit of cooperation, and resilience. Yale is enhancing cleaning protocols, reducing the density of people in campus spaces, limiting visitors on campus, and encouraging everyone to practice health protective behaviors. Learn about on-campus policies, procedures, and services for keeping Yale …

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Important: New COVID Test Result Type COVID-19 Information

Details: Dear Members of the Yale Community, Our primary COVID-19 testing lab, The Broad Institute, has recently made a change in the COVID-19 test that we have been collecting on campus. I want to update you on what this change means. Current test result types Until now, those who have tested have received the following result types through MyChart: positive, negative, TNP or invalid.

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Screening Program for Undergraduate Students COVID-19

Details: Updated May 21, 2021 Yale is providing free viral testing for undergraduates. The screening program is only for students who are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, muscle aches, loss of sense of smell or taste, or stomach upset). Those who are experiencing symptoms should isolate and contact Yale Health. All members …

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COVID-19 Update: Travel, Yale Health Guidance, and

Details: If you are a Yale student or Yale Health member, you should contact Internal Medicine (203-432-0038), Student Health (203-432-0312), or Pediatrics (203-432-0206) from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For urgent attention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, please call Yale Health Acute Care (203-432-0123).

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COVID-19 Contingency Planning Committees COVID-19

Details: The Public Health Committee is assessing current scientific and medical evidence related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Emergency Policy Committee is analyzing our emergency management and operations plans. They will offer invaluable information to guide the work of the other four committees.

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Fact Sheet for Students: What to Do While In Quarantine

Details: The Yale Health team is available 24/7 to help and offering you the opportunity to have any questions answered. The University Contact Tracing Team will contact you at the end of your quarantine period to let you know that you can resume normal activities. Campus COVID Resource Line: 203-432-6604 Mental Health and Counseling: 203-432-0290

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Events, Gatherings & Meetings COVID-19 Information

Details: Effective July 6, 2021 As we expand in-person activities on campus ahead of our fall return, it is important to maintain our vigilance with appropriate health and safety protocols. To promote the effectiveness of our COVID-19 health and safety program at Yale, we are continuing certain requirements for events, gatherings, and meetings (collectively referred to as gatherings hereafter) through

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Fact Sheet for Faculty and Staff: What to Do While In

Details: The Yale Health team is available 24/7 to help and offering you the opportunity to have any questions answered. The University Contact Tracing Team will contact you at the end of your quarantine period to let you know that you can resume normal activities. Campus COVID Resource Line: 203-432-6604

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Signage & Digital Assets COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated June 17, 2021 Signage and digital assets are available for use by Yale departments to help reinforce health guidelines on campus and to publicize important services and resources. Print Signage The Office of Facilities and the Office of Environmental Health & Safety are installing signs in all public areas of campus. In consultation with their Facilities area manager,

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Coronavirus Update: A message from Dr. Paul Genecin

Details: To: All Students, faculty and staff On Friday, I wrote to let you know that Yale Health, Yale Emergency Management, and Environmental Health and Safety are closely monitoring the outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, and that we would keep the community updated as new information became available.

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Isolation and Quarantine COVID-19 Information

Details: Isolation. Students Students who test positive through the university testing program will be referred for contact tracing and will be required to isolate in designated on-campus rooms or in their off-campus residences until released by Yale Health. Medical monitoring and advice will be provided by Yale Health during isolation.

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COVID-19 – Moving courses online and other significant

Details: While the health of Yale’s faculty, staff, and students is our top priority, the university also remains committed to its mission of research and education. Faculty members and graduate and professional students are asked to carry out their teaching responsibilities online.

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Requiring Students to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Details: Dear Members of the Yale Community, Last month, we wrote to you about our preliminary plans for the 2021-2022 academic year: a full residential program for undergraduates, on-campus studies for graduate and professional school students, and a return to on-campus activities for faculty and staff. Realization of these plans will depend on favorable public health conditions and the guidance of

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COVID-19 – Updated Health and Travel Guidance COVID-19

Details: Establish a communication plan with your visitor(s) for arrival, accounting for any immigration issues, health screening, health issues, or travel delays. If a visitor informs you they are feeling sick, contact Yale Health (203-432-6604). Visitors should follow these instructions before they leave for their trip:

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Teaching & Learning COVID-19 Information

Details: Updated January 20, 2021 The university is committed to creating the best possible learning environment in the context of the public health crisis.

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Connecticut Travel Requirements COVID-19 Information

Details: Health care staff, staff working in essential functions, and those traveling on Yale-related business should check with their supervisors for additional information. As members of the Yale, New Haven, and Connecticut communities, we each have a responsibility to …

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Case of COVID-19 at Yale COVID-19 Information

Details: Anyone in the Yale community, including non-members of Yale Health, can call the Yale Health COVID-19 Hotline at 203-432-6604 to seek more information about symptoms or preventive measures. We strongly advise that you contact us if you have been in close contact with a COVID-19 patient. I ask all community members to take these steps to monitor

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Updated Policy on Inconclusive COVID Test Results COVID

Details: Dear Members of the Yale Community, We now have three weeks of experience with the new inconclusive COVID test result type from the Broad Institute. While early data at the time of return to campus suggested a significant risk that inconclusives would test positive on repeat, more recent data obtained during routine testing suggests a risk of less than 5%.

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Fact Sheet for Students: What to Do While in Quarantine On

Details: The Yale Health team is available 24/7 to help and offering you the opportunity to have any questions answered. The University Contact Tracing Team will check in with you and also let you know when your quarantine period has ended and you can resume normal activities. Campus COVID Resource Line: 203-432-6604 Mental Health and Counseling: 203

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High Contact Faculty and Staff COVID-19 Information

Details: MyChart is the patient portal for our electronic health record, EPIC. An active MyChart account is REQUIRED for scheduling testing, receiving results, receiving reminders and canceling tests if needed. Yale Health has been sending information to students for MyChart enrollment; if you have not enrolled please do so now.

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Yale in the Months Ahead COVID-19 Information

Details: Earlier this month, we made 550 residential college and Old Campus beds available for health care workers, first responders, and funeral-home employees; created a field hospital in the Lanman Center at Payne Whitney Gymnasium and partnered with the Yale New Haven Health system to open it to the broader community; and announced the organization

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Special Alert from the University COVID-19 Coordinator

Details: Always practice our health and safety measures, including mask wearing, hand washing, physical distancing, and daily health checks; Follow all event and gathering guidelines; Do not invite visitors who are not members of the Yale community onto campus; and; If you have a testing requirement, make sure to schedule and keep your testing appointments.

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Spring Break Travel Safety and COVID-19 Update COVID-19

Details: In our own community, Yale Health, Yale Medicine, Yale School of Public Health, Yale Emergency Management, Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), and public health authorities at the state and local level are collaborating closely. We have created a 24-hour hotline (203 …

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COVID-19 Update: Yale Health Guidance for Travelers

Details: If you are a Yale student or Yale Health member, you should contact Internal Medicine (203-432-0038), Student Health (203-432-0312), or Pediatrics (203-432-0206) from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For urgent attention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, please call Yale Health Acute Care (203-432-0123). If you are an Aetna member, please contact your primary

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