Updated September 15, 2021
Each member of the community plays a critical role in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and keeping Yale healthy.
All students, faculty, and staff must commit to following health and safety guidelines and setting an example for their peers. Because state and public health officials may need to adjust their policies based on the status of COVID-19 spread in our region, the guidelines here may be updated regularly.
- Vaccination Program
- Mask Guidance
- Mandatory Training
- Daily Health Check
- Contact Tracing
- Isolation Guidance for Those Who Test Positive
- What to Do if You Become Ill
While vaccination trends are very encouraging and incidences of cases on campus remains low, we are seeing an increase as we approach the fall semester and faculty, staff and students return to campus. COVID-19 testing remains a key part of our strategy to prevent outbreaks. Fall testing policies are outlined here. Note that policies may change as local and national conditions evolve. If you have questions you may contact the Campus COVID Resource Line at 203-432-6604.
For All Members of the Community
Voluntary asymptomatic and symptomatic testing is available to all community members at any time through the Yale COVID-19 Screening Program. Individuals are encouraged not to hesitate to schedule a test in the event of possible exposure or if having symptoms suggestive of COVID-19.
All required testing must be performed at Yale University test sites.