Checklist for FAS Employees

Prior to Coming to Campus

  1. Review the guidance for on-campus activity page on the EH&S website that describes important things for you to be aware of pertaining to COVID safety on campus. Also review the, University Coronavirus information page and FAQs.
  2. Discuss your work schedule and health and safety protocols for your location (including the location of any COVID-19 tests and masks in your office, cleaning protocols for your own workspace and communal workspaces such as restrooms and kitchens) with your manager or department administrator.
  3. Submit your verification of vaccination, including your COVID booster, to Harvard University Health Service (HUHS). 
  4. If you have concerns about returning to work, talk to your manager, department administrator and/or HR Consultant
  5. Login to Crimson Clear using your Harvard Key to report your vaccination status or request an exemption. You can also report symptoms and/or positive COVID-19 test results  in Crimson Clear if you are not feeling well. Anyone with symptoms or known exposure should test, and those who test positive should notify HUHS through Crimson Clear.
  6. Create your Color account on or after Aug. 2, 2021. Your Color account is used for optional on campus COVID testing, tracing, and obtaining your results. Use your Harvard email address when setting up your Color account. Please review the detailed instructions on activating your Color account.
  7. Plan your commute to campus. Resources are available at Harvard Transportation & Parking

Every Day Before Coming to Campus 

  1. Assess your health for the day. If you are not feeling well, stay home and let your manager know. If you are not well or are unsure, answer the questions on Crimson Clear and HUHS will contact you if you are not cleared. You do not need to complete Crimson Clear if you feel well.

While on Campus

  1. Follow any required health and safety protocols for your local unit as outlined by your manager or department administrator. While social distancing is no longer required for indoor and outdoor interactions, please be mindful of those around you and their preferences for personal space.
  2. Stay informed on COVID-19-related updates while you’re working on campus. For additional information on COVID safety refer to FAS Return to Campus resources and the EH&S COVID webpage