May 18, 2021

coronavirus

  1. January 28, 2021

    COVID-19 variants: What do the coronavirus mutations mean?

    A U-M infectious disease expert weighs in on what the expanding presence of COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 and other virus mutations might mean for the disease’s spread, immunity and vaccination efforts.

  2. January 27, 2021

    University, county team up to stem spread of COVID variant

    The Washtenaw County Health Department is recommending that all currently enrolled U-M students living on or near the Ann Arbor campus stay in place at their campus-area addresses through Feb. 7.

  3. January 24, 2021

    Leaders address new Ann Arbor campus COVID-19 cases

    The university has identified additional cases of the more contagious B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19, and says it is working with public health officials to consider additional mitigation measures.

  4. January 23, 2021

    Athletics pauses activity in all sports for up to 14 days

    The U-M athletic department will immediately pause activity in all sports, until further notice and up to 14 days, following positive test results for the coronavirus B.1.1.7 variant from several people linked to the department.

  5. January 23, 2021

    Eleven ways to make the most of masks

    Love them or loathe them, masks are critical to the world’s COVID-19 pandemic response. If you haven’t been wearing a mask regularly, it’s time to start — and if you’re already in the habit, it’s time to kick it up a notch.

  6. January 21, 2021

    New COVID-19 variant identified in U-M community

    Three individuals in U-M’s Ann Arbor community have tested positive for the COVID-19 variant, B.1.1.7, which data suggests spreads more easily and quickly. All identified cases are connected. 

  7. January 15, 2021

    Keeping COVID-19 in check during the winter term

    U-M’s Campus Health Response Committee has finalized several efforts to support the university’s comprehensive winter term plan to deal with the global COVID-19 pandemic.

  8. January 8, 2021

    More U-M workers to be offered vaccine; others urged to complete survey, join portal

    Michigan Medicine will offer COVID-19 vaccinations to frontline essential workers at U-M who work outside the health system, as well as employees and patients 65 or older. Others are urged to complete the Blue Queue questionnaire and create a MyUofMHealth account.

  9. January 8, 2021

    How to sign up for Blue Queue, MyUofMHealth

    If you are affiliated with U-M, you can complete the Blue Queue questionnaire. Based on what phase you fall under, you will eventually receive an invitation to schedule your vaccination appointment from Blue Queue.

  10. December 19, 2020

    U-M publishes free guides with advice related to COVID-19

    The practical tips for COVID-19 hospital and post-hospital care are free, printable electronic publications for anyone to use, and for any hospital or health system to adapt and publish.