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COVID-19 resources for the Stanford community

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Stanford is implementing a phased recovery of university operations. We are currently in Stage 2 of the restart process. Learn more about Cardinal Recovery

This site provides the Stanford community with important updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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COVID Dashboards

Stanford’s COVID dashboards provide daily and weekly updates about COVID surveillance testing, isolation, and prevalence in the Stanford community.

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Latest Updates

New Santa Clara County recommendations on “households” and indoor instruction

In a message to the campus community, Russell Furr, associate vice provost for Environment Health & Safety, highlights guidance around two county health department recommendations: the creation of “households” within each student housing facility, and policies and procedures around moving some classes currently being held outside to indoor instruction.

Read more about New Santa Clara County recommendations on “households” and indoor instruction
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Testing, Prevention & Care

What should I do if I'm feeling ill?

Learn how to access care if you think you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Learn more about what to do if you're feeling ill

Where can I get tested?

Find out where you can get tested for COVID-19 if you are on or near campus. (Stanford's five drive-through testing locations are available to all insurances.)

Learn more about where you can get tested

Mandatory self-reporting to Stanford

Let Stanford know if you are awaiting test results or have tested COVID-positive, or if you are sick with certain COVID-19 symptoms.

Learn how to self-report

Can I work on campus?

If you are an essential employee, find out when it’s okay to work on campus, and when you should self-isolate.

Prevention & self-care

Learn about ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and maintain good mental and emotional health.

Learn more about prevention and self-care

Campus hygiene

Learn about Stanford’s enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures and follow instructions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Learn more about campus hygiene

Social distancing protocol

Learn about the steps Stanford is taking to comply with the Social Distancing Protocol requirement.

Learn more about Stanford's social distancing protocol

Travel information

Find current travel advisories and resources for re-booking and cancellations, and learn what to do if you are returning to campus from an out-of-state trip.

Learn more about travel and returning to campus from traveling out of state

Frequently Asked Questions

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For COVID-19 related information for the Stanford community from prevention strategies to university operations to finding help:

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Other Resources

Learn Anywhere

Information and technology resources for students to set up internet access at home and attend classes online.

Learn more about attending classes remotely

Teach Anywhere

This guide provides you suggested actions to take quickly when making the shift from teaching in a classroom to teaching anywhere.

Visit the Teach Anywhere website

Research Continuity

Guidance and information on research continuity, sponsor agency, funding opportunities and COVID-19 research at Stanford.

Learn about research continuity

Work Anywhere

Technology resources, services, and equipment to enable the success of Stanford’s distributed workforce — no matter where your “office” may be.

Visit the Work Anywhere website

Stanford COVID-19 research & crisis response

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic poses a humanitarian crisis unprecedented in its scale of complexity, calling for coordination and collaboration between many fields of study.

Learn about Stanford’s response plan to unite COVID research

Stanford scholars and researchers lend their expertise to tackling the COVID-19 crisis

Stanford scholars in fields ranging from history to virology to artificial intelligence have been lending their expertise to the study and analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic that has infected more than 2.5 million people worldwide.

Learn about Stanford scholar’s expertise and ongoing COVID-19 work