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New York State is in Phase 1B
of vaccine distribution.
Support Is Available
For general questions or comments about University COVID-19 policies, and to receive guidance on testing, contact tracing, isolation, and quarantine, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty and staff can contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Where to Go with a Concern
If you observe non-adherence to safety protocols, e.g., wearing a mask, large gatherings, etc., you may submit a report using the resources below.
We are all responsible for creating and maintaining an environment built on respect and free from discrimination and harassment. Learn how to file a report.
Report contractor violations of COVID-19 safety protocols using the COVID-19 Contractor Compliance Tracker.
As we begin the Spring Term, this announcement from Dr. Melanie J. Bernitz provides some important reminders and updates as we navigate the continuing pandemic together.
In his letter, he reminds everyone of health and safety matters, including twice-weekly testing and upholding the Compact for those on campus.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia's partner at the Medical Center, is now facing the daunting task of vaccinating hundreds of thousands of patients while also dealing with the continued increase in COVID patients.
COVID-19 Research at Columbia
Columbia Mailman School researchers explore the potential for the COVID-19 virus to become a regular feature producing recurring outbreaks in humans.
Neurologists and patients should watch out for lingering neurological and psychiatric issues, even if symptoms were mild and never required medical attention.
Mailman School of Public Health study is in line with research estimating stay-at-home measures reduced COVID-19 transmission in Wuhan, China; Italy; and France.
Columbia's Dr. Steven Spitalnik is participating in various studies that he says are vital to conduct to see how these blood samples can be used to treat COVID-19.