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COVID-19

EVMS is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak to ensure the health, safety and well-being of the campus and community during this extraordinary event.

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EVMS Ramp-Up

EVMS is beginning to ramp up its clinical, research and educational enterprises. It is anticipated that the ramp up will proceed in three gradual stages during the next four to 10 months.

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COVID Care Protocol

Guidance for healthcare providers treating COVID-19 patients, based on the best (and most recent) available literature and the Shanghai Management Guideline for COVID.

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Self-monitoring for COVID-19

What you can do if you are an EVMS student, faculty or staff member identified as someone who could have been exposed to a person with confirmed COVID-19.

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Students

EVMS educational programs have transitioned to online and remote instruction for all coursework.

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Residents and Fellows

Residents and Fellows may provide care under faculty supervision to suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patients.

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Faculty and Staff

With the exception of essential personnel, supervisors must require all eligible employees to work remotely.

COVID-19 Update: What the Public Should Know

EVMS offered the Hampton Roads community an opportunity to learn the latest about the coronavirus during “COVID-19 Update: What the Public Should Know.”  Experts shared what they've learned and how we move forward during this public health panel. Local infectious disease physicians and public health officials provided updates and answered questions. The event was hosted jointly by the EVMS Master of Public Health program and the M. Foscue Brock Institute for Community and Global Health.

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Homan: Our actions will shape coronavirus outcomes

Last Updated: 04-21-2020 8:49 a.m.

Richard V. Homan, MD, President and Provost of EVMS and Dean of the School of Medicine, wrote a guest commentary published in The Virginian-Pilot on Sunday, April 19, 2020, outlining actions individuals, organizations and the region can take to "face the coronavirus threat proactively."