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(July 15, 2021) Jessi Gold, MD, MS, recently participated in a PBS Newshour livestream Q & A on the topic of taking care of your mental health during the transition “back to normal.”
(July 15, 2021) WashU Med researchers have received $8 million from the NIH for projects studying whether frequent COVID-19 testing can reduce the spread of the virus.
(July 15, 2021) A WashU Med study finds that the immune response to the first two COVID-19 vaccines approved for emergency use is both strong and potentially long-lasting.
The policy update applies to faculty, staff and graduate/professional students. View full policy.
Watch 14-year-old Alexis Portell explain why she wanted to get vaccinated, and schedule your vaccine online.
This episode of “Show Me the Science” details how changes in recommendations for masking will be implemented at the university and elsewhere.
WashU Med’s updated activity guidelines allow work-related domestic travel to resume. Work-related international travel, though, still requires approval.
Following last week’s updated guidance from the CDC, WashU Med has revised its own COVID-19 activity recommendations — including continued masking in most campus spaces.