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June 7, 2022: Updated Policy Highlights
Masks: Due to the increase in cases on campus, effective immediately, masks are strongly encouraged indoors across campus.
• As of June 17, MIT is ending observed PCR testing through the MIT Medical trailer.
• Beginning July 1, unobserved PCR testing will be available only to community members who are experiencing Covid symptoms.
• A new Covid test kit will be required for unobserved testing; current kits will no longer be valid.
• The new test kit will be available for pick-up and drop-off at MIT Medical as of July 1.
• You should continue to report symptoms through CovidPass, and will need to do so to use the new test.
- Attestations: Daily health attestations are not required for campus access as of March 14.
- Visitors: Campus access remains restricted to members of the MIT community who are up to date on their Covid vaccinations or have an approved exemption; others must either be accompanied by a Covid Pass holder or have a Tim Ticket.
- Eating on Campus: Eating is permitted indoors on campus except in classrooms during class.
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We will continue to monitor the situation and make changes as needed. Note: These guidelines are subject to change. Please bookmark and visit MIT Now for the latest information.
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