UCH Coordinating Committee Guidance

As the awareness of the SARS-CoV-2 virus began in early 2020, University of California Health convened a coordinating committee comprising subject matter experts from around the system to address potential health and safety risks to the University’s students, faculty and staff. In the subsequent two years, UC-HCC provided guidance that has enabled development of infectious disease prevention and mitigation infrastructures on each UC campus and facilitated systemwide sharing of best practices.

UC-HCC remains a resource that may be activated when needed to address new or changing health security threats to UC's students, faculty and staff.

UC-HCC MPX Guidance

In summer 2022 UC-HCC began reviewing the information available and conditions related to the monkeypox (MPX) outbreak. Below is guidance provided to UC locations on MPX:

UC-HCC COVID-19 Guidance

In Spring 2022 the pandemic transitioned into a new phase and guidance from public health and workplace safety authorities has evolved. Individual UC locations have built the capacity to manage health and safety risks posed by COVID-19. As a result, UC-HCC’s systemwide COVID-19 guidance is being retired. UC locations are aligned with state and federal public health guidance while working closely with their local public health departments to adjust to local conditions.

University of California Health thanks the many individuals across the UC system who contributed to the University’s COVID-19 health response.

UC-HCC will continue to monitor conditions to determine if UC locations are in need of further COVID-19 guidance beyond that available from public health and workplace safety authorities.

For the most current guidance on COVID-19 prevention and mitigation strategies, please view the information available on the websites for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, California Department of Public Health, Cal/OSHA, as well as your local health department office.

An archive of UC-HCC and other COVID-19 related information is below.

University of California Campuses

The following archived resources are no longer updated and are provided for historical and research purposes only:

Academic Health Center Operations

Travel Guidance