EHS COVID-19 Information

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The U-M Environment, Health & Safety Department is working in partnership with the U-M Emergency Management, University Health Services and Washtenaw County Health Department among others to help keep our community healthy and safe.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact EHS at 734-647-1143 or at ehsanswers@umich.edu so we may get a message to the appropriate EHS staff member to address your needs.  Questions in regard to COVID-19 specifically can be sent to EHS-Covid-19-Reporting@umich.edu

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Report Outside Positive COVID-19 Test Results

Students, faculty and staff on the Ann Arbor campus, including Michigan Medicine, who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 90 days outside of U-M – that is, outside University Health Service (UHS), Occupational Health Services (OHS), or the Community Sampling and Tracking Program (CSTP) – are asked to report their positive test result here

The information collected will be directed to appropriate units for follow up including: University Health Service; Environment, Health & Safety; Occupational Health Services; and/or Infection Prevention & Epidemiology. University or county health officials may reach out for case investigation and contact tracing, and the information gathered will help target resources for testing, support and mitigation.

Current Status of EHS

EHS will continue to provide our critical services as needed for the university community.  This includes 24/7 emergency response services and other services as needed to serve our research, student life and others in the community.  Our building is currently locked down so we ask individuals to contact us prior to coming to our office.

University of Michigan Face Covering

Preparedness and Response Plans

Guidelines for Academic Facilities



Staff Considerations for Reopening - Non-Research Buildings

Exposure and testing:

Hand sanitizer:

Face coverings:

  • How to Properly Wear and Care for Your Mask

  • How to Properly Wear and Care for Your Cloth Face Covering


Staff Considerations for Reopening - Research Specific


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