The University is requiring COVID vaccination for all Harvard community members. This includes students, faculty, staff, and researchers. Campus-wide vaccination is the best defense against the coronavirus. Combined with masking and regular viral testing, a high vaccination rate in Harvard’s community is a critical component of the University’s multi-layered heath and safety measures to protect our community and return to as much in-person learning, research, and activity as possible.
If you’re unable to access an FDA- or WHO-authorized vaccine before your arrival, the University will offer vaccination with an mRNA vaccine to all Harvard affiliates with a Harvard ID.
Below, you’ll find information on:
- Harvard’s vaccination rate
- Resources for planning and scheduling your vaccine, and
- What to do once you’ve received your vaccine.