7/6 - 7/10 is a "B" occupancy week.
We are now in the first phase of resuming on-campus research operations. In order to return to campus during this initial phase you must be specifically designated to do so on an approved re-occupancy plan. Please check with your faculty member or with Paul Kelley if you have any questions on this essential point.
All people returning to campus must complete Covid specific safety training available on the Harvard Training Portal. Please do this prior to your return.
Also, before returning to campus, you must attest to your wellness using Crimson Clear every day that you will be on campus (and before coming to campus). Crimson Clear is only to be used by those returning to campus. If you are working from home, please do not use Crimson Clear.
Finally, people returning to campus must complete viral testing within two weeks following their return. Currently, this testing is being done by HUHS at Harvard Stadium. More information and the link to make an appointment is available at this link. For those of you (campus returnees) who need a ride to the viral testing location at the stadium, there is now a shuttle service from Oxford street – details below. To use it, you must request a ride through the via app. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/harvard-evening-van/id1419081124
And please remember, Cambridge has issued a mandatory order that you must wear a mask in public. Once you arrive on campus you must then wear a University-issued mask at all times while on campus. Masks are available from your faculty member/lab manager or by contacting Paul Kelley.
For the FAS and SEAS FAQ on "rebooting" research operations please follow this link.
Read the latest on COVID-19 from Harvard University. For division specific updates, please visit the SEAS & FAS Division of Science: Coronavirus FAQ page.
If your office/lab is located in the Geo Museum, please read this document on reoccupation in the Museum Complex.
Please take some time to familarize yourself with the signage around Hoffman Labs and the Geo Museum.