CMSA Covid-19 Policies

Fall 2022

All CMSA seminar and event participants must comply with all Harvard University Covid Safety Protocols.

Updates Effective December 22, 2022: For the latest COVID-19 information, please see the HUHS COVID-19 Information Page. Anyone who tests positive will manage their isolation independently by referring to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance. Medical questions should be directed to the individual’s primary care provider. Harvard employees who test positive for COVID-19 should notify their manager of the test result and their expected return-to-work date. Employees and their managers should work together following standard HR policies.

Everyone should self-assess their health; they should not come onto campus if ill, exhibiting symptoms, having been exposed to COVID-19, or having tested positive for COVID-19.

Masking in Classrooms

With limited exceptions, face coverings are optional in all indoor and outdoor spaces on Harvard’s campus, and instructors in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences cannot require students to mask in the classroom. If a student or instructor feels the need to continue wearing a mask for their own protection, or the protection of someone close to them, they should do so. Everyone should continue to carry a mask when coming to campus in case it becomes necessary to wear one.

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