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Frequently Asked Questions

I lost my COVID-19 vaccination card. How do I get a replacement?

Posted April 13, 2021

Contact your vaccination provider or visit your state's Immunization Information System. If vaccinated at the UMB clinic, email VaccineScheduling@umaryland.edu. Read more.

Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

Updated February 26, 2021

Options: Please call your medical provider. Students and employees can register for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing through UMaryland Immediate Care, or schedule a COVID-19 test at the Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital. The Maryland Department of Health updates its list and map of COVID-19 test sites each Monday. Read more.

Why is UMB not publishing a positivity rate?

Posted November 24, 2020

Test positivity rates are a metric used to help public health officials determine if their state or county is testing enough of its population for the size of the COVID-19 pandemic. Positivity is a measure of testing capacity, and can be used to inform interpretation of case trends, but it is not a measure of how prevalent a disease is in a community. Read more.

Announcements and Letters

Pop-up Pantry at SMC Campus Center Loading Dock

Posted March 12, 2021

The Pop-Up Pantry is designed for students, employees, and community members to pick up food products while quantities last. This event is hosted in an effort to combat food and basic needs insecurities. Individuals or groups will receive a 30 lb. box of non-perishable food. Read more.

Letter: Statement of Intent for Summer and Fall Semester

Posted March 02, 2021

UMB’s planning efforts now look beyond this spring, and I am optimistic that the public health situation will allow UMB to pivot toward more in-person activities. With that in mind, I want to share our intent for the summer and the fall semester: Read more.

This Week In COVID-19 Vaccine News | Dec. 18

Posted December 18, 2020

Well, we experienced another week of tremendous of events in the development of COVID-19 vaccines. For the second week in a row, I want to summarize some of the major events and put these into perspective so that everyone can understand the situation. Read more.

Policies and Guidance

Additional UMB Travel Guidance

Updated March 12, 2021

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

Visitors COVID-19 Acknowledgment Form

Updated October 14, 2020

Complete the UMB Visitors COVID Acknowledgment Form for scheduled visitors to UMB in accordance with the COVID-19 Visitors Guidance. Read more.

UMB Policy Requiring Use of Face Coverings

Posted August 03, 2020

It is established that face coverings are vital to control of the spread of COVID-19. UMB adopts this policy in the interest of minimizing risk of spread of COVID-19among students, faculty, staff, clients,and others coming to the campus. Read more.

Additional Resources

M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site to Offer Walk-Up Vaccination Slots Beginning Friday

Posted April 08, 2021

The M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site will offer same-day, walk-up vaccinations beginning Friday, April 9. A limited number of 200 walk-up vaccination slots will be available each day from 10 am to 2 pm, seven days a week, excluding Orioles day game dates when parking lots are expected to be full. Read more.

Governor Hogan Announces Six More Mass Vaccination Sites In Maryland

Posted March 25, 2021

Sites to Be Added In Baltimore, Montgomery, Frederick, Anne Arundel, Howard, Harford Counties Marylanders With Disabilities to Be Included In Phase 2B Beginning Next Week Read more.

Baltimore city Emergency Food Resources

Posted March 16, 2021

Links and an interactive map of food resources across the City, including grab & go meals, grocery box distributions, and food pantries. Read more.