UTHealth is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and is committed to keeping our campus communities safe, as well as providing information, resources and care to the broader communities that we serve. Below you will find general and institutional information on the virus, which will be updated regularly.
The latest communications from UTHealth Leadership can be found on the UTHealth Intranet.
Quick guides for UTHealth Students, Faculty, and Staff:
- Vaccine Distribution Questions
- About the Vaccine
- About COVID-19
- Employee Resources
- Employee Travel Restrictions
- Student Resources
- Student Travel Restrictions
- Returning to Campus
- UTHealth Guidelines and Updates UT Physicians Guidelines and Updates Vendor and Contractor Procedures
- Closures and Facilities with Modified Access
- UTHealth Working Remotely Resources
- UTHealth Student Resources for coping during COVID-19
Stay informed by following updates on Harris County Public Health, Texas Department of State Health Services, CDC, and World Health Organization. Students and employees can also receive updates on institutional policies, restrictions and preventative measures at Inside UTHealth or UTPConnect.
We are committed to the well-being of our community and will keep you informed as we continue to monitor this dynamic situation. For our clinical providers, please also stay informed of COVID-19 updates from UT Physicians, Memorial Hermann, Harris Health, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and other clinics and hospitals where you provide care.
Additional ResourcesCOVID-19 Center of Excellence UT Physicians Patient Information UT Physicians Patient Information (en español) Harris County Public Health Texas Department of State Health Services
Media inquiries need to be directed to the Media Relations Hotline: 713-500-3030.
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