Our Plan Forward - University of Florida

University guidance on COVID-19

As Gators, we are characterized by our resilience as well as our commitment to caring for one another.

In that vein, the university welcomes – but does not require – people to wear masks on campus. Further, in alignment with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as UF Health, we continue to encourage everyone to get vaccinated to minimize their risk of contracting COVID-19.

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, testing and related topics, visit coronavirus.ufhealth.org.

Recent Announcements

June

15

As we anticipate will happen from time to time, COVID cases have begun to rise again in many parts of the country, including here in Alachua County. Accordingly, we are asking for your help as the University of Florida takes steps to keep our students, faculty and staff as healthy as possible. Click here to read more >>>

March

23

We are happy to share that we are updating our mask guidance in light of the latest declines in COVID-19 case numbers and new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our UF Health experts. Click here to read more >>>