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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Plan your vaccine:

A high vaccination rate in Harvard’s community, particularly among students, will be critical to the University’s plan for a return to full in-person learning, research and other activities in the fall. Everyone should take time to plan your vaccine, know what your options are for receiving vaccine, and seek all options available to you.

We are pleased to announce that HUHS will hold COVID vaccine clinics on a weekly basis at HUHS (75 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge). Vaccine appointments are open to all students, staff, faculty, researchers, and HUHS patients and can be scheduled through the HUHS patient portal with your Harvard Key.  Additional information including instructions on how to schedule an appointment, dates and times for future vaccine clinics, and FAQs can be found on the HUHS vaccine webpage.

As announced on May 28, to reach the high levels of vaccination needed to protect our community, Harvard will require COVID vaccination for all Harvard community members who will have an on-campus presence this fall. Read the full message (5/28/21) on the vaccine requirement and planning for the Harvard community.

Verify your vaccine:

Community members are advised to complete their vaccination as soon as possible and submit verification of vaccination to HUHS by July 15. Visit the University’s Verify Your Vaccine webpage to learn how to submit your verification.

Be prepared

Plan for your vaccine

Already received the vaccine?

Keep your vaccination card safe and make a copy for your files. You never know when that card might be required in the future (for in person participation in activities, international travel, etc.)

Community members are advised to complete their vaccination as soon as possible and submit verification of vaccination to HUHS by July 15. Visit the University’s Verify Your Vaccine webpage to learn how to submit your verification.

Policies for fully vaccinated individuals

Post Travel Quarantine

No longer required to quarantine for out of state travel after receiving a single, negative COVID-19 test upon return to the area and without symptoms of COVID-19.

Close Contact of Positive Case

Expected to work with contact tracing team, including answering any follow-up calls, but will be released from any quarantine requirement provided they submit a copy of their CDC vaccination record to their contact tracer.

Questions about Harvard’s COVID vaccine distribution?