Resources

Campus Resources

If you experience fever, cough or difficulty breathing following contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, or if you have traveled from a country with a travel advisory within 14 days of the onset of illness, you should self-quarantine for at least 14 days.

Before seeking medical attention, contact Health Services at 617-521-1020 during office hours or Public Safety at 617-521-1112 to reach a provider on-call for further instructions.

Massachusetts Resources

Vaccines

All individuals sixteen or older – including students – who live, work or study in Massachusetts are eligible to receive a COVID vaccine. We encourage everyone to get their vaccine as soon as possible. Individuals can pre-register for an appointment at one of the Commonwealth’s mass vaccination sites, or they can access and schedule an appointment through vaxfinder.mass.gov or MaCovidVaccines.com.

Testing

Testing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is widely available in Massachusetts. Find a testing site near you.

Additional Resources

For the latest updates and most current information about this evolving public health situation, visit:

Further updates and information can be found by calling the Boston Mayor’s Office’s Health Hotline: 617-534-5050 or toll-free: 1-800-847-0710. Or visit the Boston Public Health Commission website.