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On Nov. 24, the University announced plans for the spring 2021 semester. Please visit spring2021.princeton.edu and covid.princeton.edu for details and information about the spring semester 2021 and public health guidance.

Faculty, staff and researchers should read the following considerations for travel and gathering during Thanksgiving; requirements for return to New Jersey from certain states; and changes to the schedule for the University's screening and testing program during Thanksgiving week.
As of Nov. 9, staff, faculty and researchers must complete a Daily Symptom Check online or by a paper form each day they are scheduled or plan to work in any University building or worksite, including those located on and off campus. This follows a new requirement issued by the state of New Jersey. The following email from Human Resources and the...
The University has administered a total of 34,557 asymptomatic COVID-19 tests with only 32 positive cases, according to COVID-19 Dashboard data published Aug. 24-Oct. 16, 2020.

Effective Monday, Oct. 12, University Health Services' asymptomatic testing clinic will move from Princeton Stadium to Caldwell Field House.

Princeton University Health Services (UHS) reports the following results for COVID-19 testing from Sept. 12 through Sept. 18, 2020. These results represent asymptomatic testing for individuals not experiencing symptoms, as well as symptomatic testing for individuals experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

University Health Services will provide free influenza (flu) vaccines for all students, faculty and staff on October 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 13 and 14. Vaccines will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at Jadwin Gymnasium. No appointments are necessary.

Princeton University Health Services (UHS) reports the following results for COVID-19 testing from Sept. 5 through Sept. 11, 2020. These results represent asymptomatic testing for individuals not experiencing symptoms, as well as symptomatic testing for individuals experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
Princeton University Health Services (UHS) reports the following results for COVID-19 testing from Aug. 31 through Sept. 6, 2020. These results represent asymptomatic testing for individuals not experiencing symptoms, as well as symptomatic testing for individuals experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

More than 4,000 Princeton University students and employees approved to be on campus for the fall semester were tested during the first week of Princeton’s comprehensive asymptomatic COVID-19 testing protocol...

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