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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.

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Caring for You & Others

The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19 is to get vaccinated and boosted when eligible, follow testing guidelines, wear a mask, wash your hands and practice physical distancing.

Safety Guidelines Update

Face masks are required to enter any of our care facilities and expected to be worn at all times, even if you are fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. We will provide a mask if needed.

Neck gaiters, bandanas, masks with exhalation valves, or clear shield-like face masks are not permitted to be worn as face coverings at Johns Hopkins Medicine facilities.

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Booster Shots and Third Doses for COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know

Understand the difference between third vaccine doses and COVID boosters.

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COVID-19 Daily Report

Get updates on the number of COVID-19 patients at Johns Hopkins Medicine care facilities.

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy COVID-19 Infusion Centers – Provider Referrals

Johns Hopkins Medicine is providing outpatient infusion therapy in Maryland and the District of Columbia for patients with COVID-19. Referrals are required.


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