One year after our first patient was diagnosed with COVID-19, we commemorate those we lost and those we discharged safely to their loved ones. We also honor our nurses, physicians, technicians and other personnel on the front lines, as well as those who kept our operations going throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Medicine continues to follow the highest level of safety precautions as we care for our patients and work with our communities during the coronavirus pandemic. Please use this site to learn more about patient care, testing, vaccinations and additional information about COVID-19.
Safety Guidelines Update
On May 13, 2021, the CDC revised safety guidelines for those who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. The updated guidelines state that fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.
The CDC continues to recommend that masks and physical distancing are required when going to the doctor’s office, hospitals or long-term care facilities.
Johns Hopkins Medicine will review these new guidelines in the coming days. Our current safety guidelines have not changed and we still require all individuals to wear masks inside all of our facilities.
What's Safe After Your COVID-19 Vaccine?
With new guidelines out for fully vaccinated people, what does the future hold for you, your family and our communities?
COVID-19 Daily Report
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Self-Checker
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More Coronavirus Resources
We are closely collaborating with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the Maryland Department of Health to help ensure the well-being of our staff members, patients and visitors.