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Jackets Moving Forward Safely

Stay informed, stay healthy, stay well.

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Institute Updates

 

Operational updates from leadership

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Exposure and Health Alerts

 

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 at Tech

 

Campus Guidelines

 

We encourage everyone in the Georgia Tech community to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recommendations, vaccinate, and wear a mask in campus buildings. 

If there is one thing each one of us can do to protect ourselves and keep others safe, it is to get vaccinated. The vaccines have proven to be extraordinarily effective at preventing severe illness. 

Getting vaccinated at Georgia Tech is easy and free. 

You are encouraged wear a mask in indoor public places, including campus buildings, as recommended by the CDC, even if you are vaccinated. 

The free asymptomatic surveillance testing program remains available. All students, faculty, and staff may participate in regular testing even if you have been fully vaccinated.

For more details about the current guidelines, please visit: USG's Fall 2021 Guidelines

 

Stay Informed

 

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FIND SERVICES

Students | Staff

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PLAN EVENTS

Event Guidelines

Jackets Moving Forward

To promote behaviors that help slow the spread of the coronavirus, we've established a public health campaign. Join the conversation at #JacketsMovingForward.

 

Stay Safe

 

A Message from the University System of Georgia

Get Vaccinated Video from USG

 

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MONITOR YOUR HEALTH

Daily Checklist

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GET VACCINATED

Covid-19 Vaccines

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PLAN YOUR NEXT STEPS

Exposure Decision Tree

 
 

Helping Stories at Georgia Tech

We’re helping people adjust to and cope with a new reality. We’re supporting our students, faculty, and staff through this challenging time. And our researchers are helping save lives and protect healthcare workers — both in Atlanta and across the nation — in a variety of ways.