The central COVID-19 resource for WashU Med faculty, staff and trainees
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Testing, exposure & illness
If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have any symptoms, you may need to be tested or to quarantine/isolate, or both. Find out what you need to do.
Initial COVID-19 vaccines
Vaccines are required for WashU employees and available for dependents. Also available for the public.
Boosters are available for all WashU employees and trainees and for eligible members of the public.
All WashU employees must receive the influenza vaccine and upload their proof of vaccination to ReadySet.
Most announcements are made available through the WashU Med COVID-19 Update — an email newsletter sent periodically to all WashU Med employees and students.
Your COVID questions
Got questions about vaccinations, testing or policies? Email us at email@example.com.
The university has established several COVID-19 policies to keep you and others safe.
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 WashU Medicine Marketing & Communications also are in regular communication and coordinating response activities with our Barnes-Jewish Hospital and BJC HealthCare partners.
The School of Medicine is taking 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.