Coronavirus – Harvard University Monitoring COVID-19 Outbreak
Boston Strong news – Cambridge, MA: Harvard University reports 3.09.2020.
Harvard University is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. The health, safety, and well-being of our community, on and off campus, is our top priority. At this time, there is no indication that the Harvard campus is affected, but contingency planning is well underway.
Travel policies and campus restrictions.
Effective now through at least April 30:
- All University-related international travel is prohibited.
- All personal international travel is strongly discouraged.
- All University-related non-essential domestic air travel is prohibited.
- We strongly urge extreme caution and judgment for your personal domestic travel.
- We strongly discourage any non-essential meetings or events of 100 people or more.
- Academic classes and dining operations will continue as normal with heightened cleaning protocols.
- Anyone who returns or arrives to campus from a location with a CDC level 3 travel warning for COVID-19, must complete this confidential health form at least 48 hours before your return/arrival to campus and self-isolate using guidance from Harvard University Health Services. Most self-isolations will last 14 days.