The COVID-19 Update newsletter is emailed periodically to all WashU Med employees and students to provide the latest COVID-19 university news.
Holiday safety tips, updated visitor policy, telehealth grant, room capacities return to normal, COVID vaccines for kids continue
CDC tips on safe holidays, kids vaccines available, volunteers needed at vaccine clinics
Updated campus safety procedures, CDC recommends Pfizer vaccine for kids 5-11 years, BJC vaccine appointments for kids, WashU Med employee booster shots, volunteers needed, Podcast: Vaccines approved for younger kids
FDA authorizes Moderna and J&J boosters, mix and match; volunteers needed at flu shot clinics; reminder: flu shots required by Nov. 19
Reminder: Influenza vaccination required by Nov. 19, volunteers needed at influenza vaccination clinics
Flu shot requirement; volunteers needed at flu shot clinics; guidance on HIPAA, vaccination and the workplace
CDC advises vaccination for pregnant people, self screening continues, boosters for health-care workers, free symphony tickets, podcast: Where are we with COVID?
Screening stations close, Pfizer booster expansion, testing for vaccine-exempt, off-campus event policies, Shell Café closing
Vaccine-exempt testing requirements, exposure testing for fully vaccinated, masking policy reminder, planning campus events, interfaith leaders encourage vaccination, Occupational Health serves campus
Surveillance testing for vaccine-exempt workers, pre-procedural patient testing procedures, mask alternatives for educators, newsletter survey
CDC travel recommendation, testing for vaccine-exempt, booster update, international travel update, volunteers needed at BJC public vaccine clinics
Download MO/Notify, volunteers needed at vaccine clinics, campus safety procedures, vaccination deadline, full approval of Pfizer
Testing for employees exempt from vaccination, campus shuttles, dining indoors, masking at outdoor events, third-dose shots for immunocompromised, house staff travel policy
Vaccine boosters, N95 requirement change, monoclonal antibody clinic reopens, CDC recommends vaccine during pregnancy, pre-procedure testing, podcast: delta variant
Indoor mask mandate reinstated, Free exposure testing, Exposure notification app, St. Louis mask mandate, Metro requires masking, Podcast: pregnant women, new moms and vaccines
Full vaccination deadline, Town Hall recording, Vaccination FAQs, International travel resumes, Psychiatrist’s tips on “return to normal.”
Updated mask requirements, Travel resumes, Podcast: CDC’s new mask guidelines, Vaccines for kids 12 and up, Updated guidance for N95 use.
Pfizer vaccine ages 12 and up, City and county ease restrictions.
Outdoor masking, J&J vaccinations resume, Vaccine required for students, Open scheduling and walk-ins for vaccine, Podcast: The early research push.
Pausing J&J vaccination, Hand-held temperature scans discontinued, Pediatrician urges vaccination for teens, WashU Med saliva test.