Community: Health Resources

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

No Arm Left Behind: State of Maryland Continues to Expand Walk-Up, No-Appointment Vaccinations

Posted April 22, 2021

he State of Maryland is expanding opportunities to get vaccinated without an appointment at certain mass vaccination sites. Walk-up vaccinations are currently open to all eligible Marylanders at these locations: Read more.

UMB Vaccination Clinic Now Accepting Students Learning in Baltimore City

Posted April 22, 2021

Through its partnership with the Baltimore City Health Department, the University of Maryland, Baltimore Vaccination Clinic is now accepting students who attend educational institutions in Baltimore city. Visit GetTheVaccineBaltimore.org. Read more.

COVID-19 vaccines available in Baltimore for Native Americans in D.C., Maryland, Virginia

Posted April 14, 2021

Today, the Indian Health Service, Native American Lifelines of Baltimore, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore are announcing the availability of COVID-19 vaccines for American Indians and Alaska Natives living and working in and near the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas. Read more.

Policies and Guidance

UMB Policy Requiring Use of Face Coverings

Updated April 29, 2021

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 UMB Travel Guidance

Updated March 12, 2021

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

Physical Distancing & Capacity Guidelines

Posted June 26, 2020

Guidelines for physical distancing, mass gatherings, in-person meetings, and more. Read more.

Additional Resources

UMMS Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Posted April 16, 2021

A fact sheet about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the University of Maryland Medical System's administration of its supply. Read more.

GetTheVaccineBaltimore.org

Posted April 16, 2021

The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Vaccination Clinic is open to serve the UMB community and select partners to Get The Vaccine. The UMB Vaccination Clinic can provide vaccinations for the Native American population, tribal or Native American agency employees, and Baltimore City residents and workers. Read more.

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.