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 beginning on Friday, May 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Murr Center. 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 5, to reach the high levels of vaccination needed to protect our community, Harvard will require COVID vaccination for all students who will be on campus this fall. Read the full message (5/5/21) on the vaccine requirement and planning for the Harvard community.
After you get vaccinated, please remember to send a copy of your completed vaccination card to HUHS at email@example.com. Harvard Microsoft 365 users can send securely using message encryption in Outlook, and all users with Harvard Key can send securely using Accellion Kiteworks. We keep this information secure and confidential.
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.