Masks remain required for everyone in indoor campus spaces until further notice. The campus leadership team continues to track public health guidelines and available data alongside campus protocols including masking requirements. We will share any updates via email.
This CDC guide offers details on
staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations, including recommendations for booster doses.
Currently, the CDC uses “fully vaccinated” to describe a person who has received their primary series of COVID-19 vaccines. The CDC uses “up to date” to describe a person who has received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines including any booster dose(s) when eligible; at this time, there is no CDC recommendation for more than a single booster dose.
Wearing a mask or face covering is one of the simplest actions you can take every day to prevent the spread of COVID-19. On campus, masks remain required indoors.
A well-fitting, high-quality mask is important for good protection.
CU Anschutz faculty expert, May Chu, PhD, shares a quick overview of mask types and tips for a snug fit in the video below. You can learn more on the CDC’s guide to masks webpage.
Free KN95 and surgical grade masks are available at select public libraries and other community sites across the state of Colorado. Masks can be picked up (five per person) at the locations detailed below.
When taking breaks or meals indoors, find a designated space, keep 6+ feet from others, and limit unmasked time in these spaces. Take breaks and meals outdoors, or in your vehicle, when weather permits.
Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order four at-home COVID-19 tests, delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. The tests are free.