COVID-19 telephone hotline: 401-368-4828.
This line is staffed 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday for inquiries from all faculty and staff members related to the COVID-19 test or to respond to other health-related inquiries
- Brown's COVID-19 Dashboard is updated regularly with results of routine asymptomatic COVID-19 testing on campus.
- Pandemics Explained unlocking evidence for better decision-making
- COVID-19 Campus Safety Policy Overview and Acknowledgement Phase 2 training in Workday
- Brown's COVID-19 Workplace Safety Policy (PDF)
- Brown University COVID-19 Face Covering Guidance
- Center for Health Promotion and Health Equity (CHPHE) and Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) Statement on Health Disparities and COVID-19
- Social Impact of COVID-19: COVID-19 is amplifying economic, health, and social inequalities around the world.
- Coronavirus Resources from the Department of Epidemiology
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Hub, from the Watson Institute
- Essential Steps for Prevention and Care
- Frequently asked questions about testing and tracing
- Daily Update / Office Hours with Dr. Jud, Dr. Jud Brewer's YouTube channel
- Free Community Mindfulness Sessions Available Live Online or by Telephone
- International Travel Risk Management, from Global Brown
- Travel Restrictions regarding University-sponsored travel
- Children and COVID: how to help children through this stressful time, PDF from the Developmental Congitive Neuroscience Lab
SPH COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 FAQs for Graduate Students
Guidance for essential and critical work for the Brown postdoctoral scholar community
Policies and practices to promote the health, safety and well-being of all Brown employees
Support and tools for remote education
Building operations and procedures for 121 South Main and One Davol Square
- Virtual NIH activities
- How You Can Help from RI Dept of Health
- Guide to Local Resources from the RI Office of Healthy Aging (PDF)
- Rhode Island Department of Health
- COVID-19 Fact Sheet
- Centers for Disease Control
- How to Protect Yourself from the CDC
- Volunteer opportunities through the United Way of Rhode Island
For members of the campus community subject to mandatory testing, Brown has developed a set of criteria to determine testing frequency for groups and individuals based on time spent on campus and the amount of contact with other students, faculty and staff.
High Contact — tested two times per week
- On campus three or more days a week
Regular contact with other students, faculty and staff:
- in-person teaching and/or advising
- supervision of others, including laboratory research
- health care workers, receptionists, dining services, custodial, trades and others who have frequent contact with students and/or student living spaces
- work environments where social distancing is difficult to maintain
Medium Contact — tested one time per week
- On campus two or less days a week
- Teaching remotely
Less regular contact with students, faculty and staff:
- on-campus work in private offices
- on-campus work where social distancing is not difficult to maintain
All individuals will be informed of their classification, and those designated to be tested once a week may opt-in to be tested twice a week if they prefer. Brown’s testing program, including determinations about testing frequency, may continue to evolve in alignment with shifts in public health guidance.
- For his Conversations with ... series, Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the School of Public Health, joins distinguished expert guests in conversation on various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- November 5 and 11, 2020: Dean Ashish Jha and a panel of experts take stock of how the election outcome will impact public health, the economy, and health disparities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic across the United States.
- August 4, 2020: Incoming dean of the School of Public Health Ashish Jha and economist Emily Oster
- June 8, 2020: Amal Trivedi, MD, MPH and Diana Grigsby-Toussaint, PhD, MPH
- July 23, 2020: "Questions about Autism during COVID-19 and Beyond," featuring Stephen Sheinkopf, Ph.D., and Joanne Quinn
- June 25, 2020: Sleeping, Eating and Being Active: Healthy Routines for Kids during COVID-19 and Beyond
- May 14, 2020: Pregnancy and COVID-19
- May 19, 2020: Children and COVID-19
- June 2, 2020: Dr. Ashish Jha, incoming dean of the Brown School of Public Health, explores the ongoing collision of systemic racism, coronavirus, and economic catastrophe with the Watson Institute’s Trending Globally Podcast.
- April 14, 2020: Panelists Mark Lurie, Jud Brewer, Wendy Schiller, and Megan Ranney join moderator Adam Levine for a discussion on the current crisis.
- The Division of Biology and Medicine’s series invites physicians and researchers to present virtual seminars related to the novel coronavirus and the present pandemic.