The COVID-19 Update newsletter is emailed periodically to all WashU Med employees and students to provide the latest COVID-19 university news.
New guidance for COVID-19 testing, information on Occupational Health walk-in vaccine clinics, tips for staying healthy over the holidays.
Updates boosters available, masking optional in non-clinical spaces, and what to do if you test positive.
Masking optional in non-clinical spaces Sept.1, reporting positive tests to Occupational Health, monkeypox resources available, where to find a vaccine for adults and children.
Vaccine appointments available for young children, boosters on campus, at-home tests covered by insurance, how to interpret your at-home test results.
WashU Med returns to 7-day isolation, masking required in non-clinical spaces, saliva test availability ends June 1, where to find a booster on campus.
WashU Med strongly encourages masking in non-clinical areas, where to get a second booster.
New guidance for employees who test positive, monoclonal antibody/Evusheld therapies transition to normal operations, additional booster eligibility, Podcast: Long-COVID
Newsletter to publish as needed, health experts answer your COVID-19 questions.
Latest COVID-19 safety protocols, expert explains new masking guidance, updates to visitor policy, your COVID questions, pandemic podcast highlights.
WashU Med safety protocols changing, CDC director visits WashU Med, Red Cross blood donation site on the Link, your COVID-19 questions.
CDC director to visit WashU Med, asymptomatic testing resumes, COVID-19 questions, BJC loosens visitor restrictions.
Mitigation rollback, your COVID questions, booster clinics, podcast: fighting burnout in health care
Your COVID questions, February booster clinics
Relaxed visitor and travel policies, February booster clinics, exposure tracing and asymptomatic testing resume, send us your COVID questions, MO/Notify exposure-alert system expands, FDA approval for Moderna, Podcast: omicron is a roller coaster
COVID case trends, how to respond to negative rapid test in absence of symptoms, quarantine guidelines, Podcast: Why the omicron wave is different
Work-related travel restrictions for health-care workers, pediatric vaccine clinic, boosters on Danforth Campus
Boosters available on Danforth Campus, sick time and leave of absence policy reminder
BJC postpones some elective procedures, Occupational Health streamlines testing, CDC expands booster eligibility to 12 and up, WashU Med strongly encourages boosters, MO adds testing sites, social events prohibited, activate exposure notifications on your phone.
Updated testing, exposure and illness guidelines; state of Missouri adds testing options; CDC increases access to Pfizer vaccine
Testing temporarily limited, online screening continues, employees required to report COVID symptoms, social events prohibited, new hospital visitor policy, PPE clarification, monoclonal antibody treatment demand exceeds capacity