Contact the Business Operations COVID Support Team, open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 502-852-7549, email email@example.com, or start a live chat.
Effective, May 4, 2022, masking is only required in clinical areas on campus. In all other areas, masks are optional regardless of vaccination status.
Physical distancing is encouraged when possible and when spaces can accommodate six feet of distance between university members.
UofL has consolidated its testing locations. Cardinals who experience symptoms or suspect an exposurecan get tested on the Belknap and HSC campuses through Campus Health. Learn more.
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 you should:
Even if you decide to seek care from your own medical provider, be sure to still inform Campus Health.
COVID-19 vaccination is not required, but it is strongly encouraged in order to keep our campus safe, prevent the spread of COVID-19, and reduce the severity of the affects in those who contract COVID-19.
Campus Health has the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for the primary series AND the new Moderna Bivalent COVID booster vaccine available. The current recommendation is for everyone to get one dose of the bivalent booster which has better protection for the Ba.5 variant. All faculty, staff and students are eligible to receive vaccines. The clinic schedule is listed below.
HSC Campus, Health Care Outpatient Center, suite 180
Belknap Campus, Student Activities Center, room 1116A
For a schedule of available vaccination appointments and to make an appointment, see the Campus Health Services website. For questions, email Carrie Gibson.
To help prevent the spread of the latest variants of COVID-19, KN95 masks are available for faculty, staff and students at the following locations:
Once the results of a COVID-19 test are confirmed positive, contact investigation will be initiated by Campus Health Services (Campus Health) in partnership with public health officials. Once contacts have been identified, Campus Health will notify anyone who may have been exposed.
Read more about the university's COVID-19 Mitigation procedures and take a look at Campus Health's Response Procedures for a step-by-step reference on how Campus Health conducts investigation.
As part of UofL's preparation for the virus's potential effects on students, faculty and staff, university officials are closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the community. Read the list of key scenarios that could require a quick response and what those potential responses by the university might be.