Prevention

Safety & Prevention Efforts

Follow the latest safety guidelines, monitor your health and get vaccinated to keep your friends, family and community safe.

Michigan Medicine nurse reading a vaccine for front-line workers
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Monitor Your Health

Monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms every day by using the ResponsiBLUE health screening tool. This is a requirement for all U-M faculty, staff and students who enter campus buildings, but recommended for the entire U-M community. In addition, ResponsiBLUE provides COVID-19 testing verification for undergraduate students in mandatory testing programs. Get the app.

President Mark S. Schlissel taking COVID-19 test

Get Vaccinated

The COVID-19 vaccines started arriving at Michigan Medicine in December 2020 in the first step of a massive effort to vaccinate everyone interested within our U-M community. Please visit Michigan Medicine for more information on our plans for the COVID-19 vaccination.

Winter Term

Beginning Winter Term 2021, there will be mandatory weekly COVID-19 testing for undergraduates who live on campus or attend in-person classes or activities, perform research, use facilities, or work on campus. To learn more about how the university's current operating status and COVID-19 policies affect you, view the specific information pages for Students + Families and Faculty + Staff.