Welcome to the UMB COVID-19 Guide website.

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Additional UMB Travel Guidance

Updated April 21, 2022

UMB continues to strongly advise people to refrain from non-essential travel. Read more.

Letter: Strongly Encouraging Wearing a Mask Indoors

Posted April 20, 2022

At this time, the University is strongly encouraging you to wear a face covering indoors while in close proximity to others at UMB, and please consider doing the same while in the community. It is your personal responsibility to choose your level of protection in areas where masks are not required. Read more.

COVID-19 Isolation/Quarantine Protocols

Updated April 13, 2022

In the event of COVID-19 illness or exposure, report your case and check quarantine guidance here. Read more.

Letter: Taking Precautions Amid Increased COVID-19 Cases

Posted April 13, 2022

COVID-19 infections and exposure reports have risen at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) over the last month. We expected some increase when we loosened our protective measures, but the BA.2 variant is contributing to a more rapid spread. Read more.

Letter: The Future of Work

Posted April 08, 2022

We also know that the well-being of our employees matters and that we want to remain an employer of choice. To that end, we are developing a task force that will help us think through the changing needs of this institution, support our existing workforce, and plan for the future. Read more.

What are the current CDC requirements for international students and scholars seeking to enter the U.S.?

Updated April 07, 2022

The CDC requires documentation of COVID-19 vaccination status, as well as a recent COVID-19 test result for all individuals entering the United States. Read more.

School-Specific COVID-19 Information

Dentistry Graduate Medicine Nursing Pharmacy

The School of Law and School of Social Work would like their communities to use the central website for COVID-19 information.

On-Campus Vaccination Rates

As of March 8, 2022

On-Campus Employees Vaccinated

95.89%
(7791 Total People)

On-Campus Students Vaccinated

98.44%
(6430 Total People)