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Week of December 6, 2021
What you need to know now
Testing and vaccination
- Covid Pass participants and MIT Medical patients may book an appointment for one of the Covid-19 booster clinics MIT Medical will hold December 6–16.
- The new requirement that MIT’s employees be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 has been extended to January 18, 2022.
- Covid-19 vaccination – including booster vaccination for eligible individuals – is required for MIT-related domestic and international travel.
- Covid-19 self-testing is available for all community members enrolled in Covid Pass. See the locations to pick up and drop off tests. Note that test result turnaround times may vary.
- Remember to attest in Covid Pass each day you’ll be on campus, ideally at the same time, to avoid building access delays.
- MIT Medical posts the latest testing data daily on the Covid Testing Dashboard.
- See vaccine information for those accessing campus through Covid Pass.
Additional information for fall
- Get information about Tim Tickets, MIT’s visitor pass system.
- Read the update on outdoor spaces and canopies on campus.
- Face coverings remain required indoors, with some exceptions; the policy on eating indoors also remains in effect. See guidance on eating and drinking indoors and the future of the mask requirement.
- See the FAQ on guidance for event planners and organizers.
- Contact MIT’s anonymous hotline if you have any concerns regarding your activities on campus during Covid-19.
Covid Pass participants and MIT Medical patients may book an appointment for one of the Covid-19 booster clinics MIT Medical will hold from December 6 to 16.
Updates from MIT Medical on low infection rates, remaining masked, avoiding unnecessary exposures and risky behaviors, and getting booster vaccines through a personal physician or local pharmacy.
How MIT has weathered the pandemic and insights on what’s next.
Covid-19 vaccination – including booster vaccination for eligible individuals – is required for MIT-related domestic and international travel.
See the latest guidance on eating indoors.
See the latest updates on the events policy.
Protecting healthBest practices for public health will be mandatory for anyone on campus.
Ensuring continuityOur aim is to help all students continue to make academic progress.
Advancing MIT’s missionMIT remains dedicated to building a better world through education, research, and innovation.