To ensure the continued health, safety and well-being of our university community, we will be cautiously easing restrictions on campus over the summer and into the fall 2021 semester. Our goal is to maintain a positive experience on campus and achieve high levels of vaccination among our students, faculty, and staff so we are able to return to a healthy and safe in-person campus life this fall.
It's up to you to Keep the Herd Healthy!
Get vaccinated. Vaccination against COVID-19 is an extremely important public health measure, and achieving a high vaccination rate within the Tufts community will help us return to a post-pandemic normal. Learn more.
Get tested regularly through the surveillance testing program, if you work or study on campus, and follow the guidelines for quarantine and isolation if you test positive or are a close contact. Learn more.
Take the Daily Health Screening Survey if you work or study on campus. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, get tested right away and remain in isolation while awaiting results. Learn more.
Wear a face mask indoors, even if you are fully vaccinated. If you are not vaccinated, continue to wear a face mask and socially distance in most settings—both inside and outdoors.
Look for the Healthy@Tufts signs wherever you are on campus to learn how to keep yourself and the community healthy and safe.
Here are some additional resources and guidelines to help you make the transition when it is time to return to campus: