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There is an increase of COVID-19 infections from the newest omicron variants, which are highly contagious. As such, masking remains a requirement for all patients, visitors and Johns Hopkins Medicine personnel regardless of vaccination status in all Johns Hopkins Medicine locations, both in clinical and in nonclinical areas. A mask will be provided for you if you need one.
Appointment Options If You Have COVID-19 Symptoms
If you have an upcoming appointment and develop symptoms of COVID-19, please do not come into the office. Instead, we are happy to convert your appointment to a virtual visit or we can reschedule your appointment for a later date when you are feeling well again. Message us via MyChart to let us know.
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