The central COVID-19 resource for WashU Med faculty, staff and trainees
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Vaccination is required for all WashU employees and trainees by August 30. Vaccines are also available for employee/trainee dependents and for members of the public. Booster shots are available for certain immunocompromised, Pfizer-vaccinated patients.
A year like no other …
When the pandemic hit in early 2020, the world changed in an instant. You have mustered your resolve, talent and heart to address the biggest public health crisis of our time.
Clinical Providers & Staff
Access all patient care policies on the Faculty Practice Plan website. (password protected)
Research Faculty & Staff
Find the latest guidance, policies, best practices and FAQs for researchers and research staff.
Teachers & Learners
Explore policies and procedures related to teaching of students, residents and fellows.
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New procedures apply for working on and off campus — including telecommuting, campus access, employee health screenings and parking.
The School of Medicine has special restrictions regarding all employee and trainee vacations, travel and returning to work after travel.
Washington University has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 epidemic since its emergence. The university’s Crisis Management Team is activated and meets regularly to determine the appropriate proactive measures to take in order to mitigate this evolving public health threat, following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Department of State, our infectious disease experts at the School of Medicine, and local and state public health agencies. School of Medicine leadership and Medical Public Affairs also are in regular communication and coordinating response activities with our Barnes-Jewish Hospital and BJC HealthCare partners.
The School of Medicine has taken the following preparation measures:
Is coordinating patient-care efforts with local and state health officials and agencies to ensure effective preparation and response.
Has developed detailed protocols for clinical surveillance and treatment — in coordination with local health officials and in accordance with CDC guidelines — and communicated those protocols to our health care providers.