Do you have questions about COVID-19? Visit this page for answers.
UHS is offering a daily virtual discussion group called "Connecting and Coping in Quarantine / Isolation" in order to support students who are in quarantine or isolation.
During COVID-19, it's important to limit the size of any social gatherings or events, and to know how to safely host or attend events.
Sex with others carries potential benefits and risks, including the risk of COVID-19 infection. Consider your options and learn about making choices that support both personal and community well-being.
Students who live in University Housing can now get a flu shot within residence halls! These clinics are offered 8/31 to 9/26/2020. For U-M students (Ann Arbor campus) there is no out-of-pocket expense. Schedule your appointment now to attend an upcoming clinic.
When worn correctly, masks can effectively help prevent transmission of COVID-19. Learn how here.
If you are experiencing illness during the COVID-19 outbreak, you may find that you feel worried about your health, your family, and the symptoms you are having. You are not alone. This page addresses some common signs of stress, along with ways to lessen them.
Recovery continues in the midst of the pandemic, and we are supporting U-M students remotely at this time.