Microscopic view of influenza virus cells

COVID-19

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

Sept. 15, 2021: Effective immediately, volunteers on the EVMS campus will have to conform to the universal vaccination and masking directives that apply to employees and students.

Town Hall focuses on new vaccination, masking rules

Members of leadership including, Margaret Y. Baumgarten, MD, answered questions regarding new masking, social distancing and vaccination requirements as well as other topics during a town hall held Aug. 11, 2021.

Dr Margaret Baumgarten is speaking with other administrators in Zoom screens below
Screener wearing a mask and scrubs speaks to a person at an entrance

Bringing visitors to campus

Each department must ensure anyone invited to campus has a legitimate business purpose to be in EVMS facilities, is aware of required EVMS safety protocols and is not exhibiting signs of illness.

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Continuity of Operations

EVMS is continuing to operate its clinical, research and educational enterprises in accordance with social distancing, group size, sanitation and self-monitoring.

A female medical professional administered a COVID-19 vaccination to a person with long white hair
Vaccination

Vaccination of all employees and students is critical to stopping the spread of COVID-19 and returning to regular, in-person activities.

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What Should I Do?

What you should do if you are an EVMS student, faculty, staff member or resident/fellow who has symptoms of COVID-19 or think you may have been exposed.