Guidance on Returning or Traveling to Berkeley

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Traveling Information

The U.S. Department of State has issued a Global Level 4/Do Not Travel advisory as of March 19, 2020.

You are encouraged to visit travel.state.gov to view individual Travel Advisories and updates.

If your university-related travel has been affected by COVID-19, please visit the Berkeley Travel Office website for information about reimbursement.

 

Returning to Berkeley Handout

COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidance for Returning, Moving, or Visiting Berkeley

Coronavirus Flowchart on "What do I do if I think I've been in contact with a COVID-19 Case"

Flowchart: What do I do if You Think You've Been in Contact with a COVID-19 Case" 

Reminder to all faculty, staff and students to:

UC President Janet Napolitano recently updated her systemwide directive(link is external) regarding travel to advise the UC community to temporarily avoid all nonessential travel.

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Travel Vaccination Information:

Prior to travel, consult with your health care provider or visit a travel Clinic to ensure your vaccinations are current.  

Tang Center's International Travel Clinic guides members of the campus community in protecting their health while traveling throughout the world.
The Travel Clinic uses the most current information available from the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and Shoreland’s computerized Travel Health Information Services.  Our travel clinic services include:

  • Travel consultation with medical professionals
  • Immunizations
  • Advice on preventing illness while traveling
  • Education on safety concerns related to food, drink, and recreational activities

Travel clinic visits should be six to eight weeks before departure when possible. Schedule online via eTang (students only) or by calling (510) 643-7177.