Case counts down 

COVID-19 activity on campus continues on a downward trend with students representing 10% of cases in Washtenaw County. While these trends are encouraging, the current community COVID-19 activity is still “High” according to the CDC Transmission criteria. The only Campus Response Metric currently being met is a high level of transmission of COVID-19 in Washtenaw County. 

Vaccination rates and clinics

As of Feb. 24, 72% of students and 71% of employees have been verified as receiving their booster with many more in the queue for review. Additional walk-in vaccination clinics are planned for on campus for March 8-9. Get boosted as soon as you are eligible and report booster information as soon as possible to ensure compliance with the U-M vaccination policy.

Testing guidance for spring break travel

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to get a COVID-19 test before and after travel for spring break. Testing is available through the Community Sampling and Tracking Program or through rapid antigen tests. Be sure to know and follow COVID-19 testing requirements for your travel destination(s). Find more information here

Indoor masking remains in effect

U-M’s face covering requirement remains in effect. With spring break approaching and the anticipated travel of our campus community, there are no plans to change our COVID-19 mask requirement at this time. Campus leaders are continuing to evaluate the latest guidance and recommendations.