COVID-19 Updates: Spring 2022
At the School of Public Health, we recognize prevention as a core value and we will lead in building a culture of health on our campus and within our community to protect ourselves and others — especially the most vulnerable and at-risk. The health and safety of our SPH community is our number one priority.
As we return to on-campus learning, teaching, and working, we will bring you up-to-date information on what is happening at the U of M and our school. If you have a question we didn’t answer in these pages, please submit it online.
Top Things to Know As We Return to Campus
Updated on 1-13-2022
Vaccination and Booster Shots
Vaccination is the best path to beating the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes booster shots. Review details and timing about the University’s Get the Vax 2.0 plan that includes COVID-19 vaccination requirements and information.
Isolation and Quarantine Guidance
Updated isolation and quarantine guidance from the University that will help our community safely maintain a high level of continuity.
Masking and Face Coverings on Campus
- Masks are required indoors for everyone, vaccinated or unvaccinated. View the University’s official Face Covering Protocol.
- SPH has ordered N95 masks for employees and students who will be on campus in spring semester 2022. Learn more about the SPH mask distribution.
Working with Flexibility
- On Aug. 2, we shifted to pilot a newly imagined post-pandemic workplace where there are a variety of fixed (onsite) and flexible space/time options across the school.
- In Feb. 2022, SPH supervisors and employees should move towards adoption of the pilot flexible work arrangements that they originally agreed to in summer 2021. New employees and others may still need to establish work arrangements pursuant to the SPH Working with Flexibility Guidelines.
U Cards and Accessing University Buildings
Carry your U card with you on campus at all times to ensure access to buildings. Get your U Card.
Feeling sick? Stay home.
For the safety of everyone, including yourself, if you are feeling sick, please stay home. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to remain flexible, understanding, and help accommodate individual needs.