COVID-19 INFORMATION KEY RESOURCES AND UPDATES FROM UF HEALTH
Find fast facts about our responses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Central Florida and learn about the hard work our researchers conduct to help combat this global pandemic. We also provide you easy access to information from county, state and national governments and health agencies.
The Screen, Test & Protect initiative builds a culture of care for our community while taking steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Learn about the COVID-19 vaccine and where to go to receive vaccinations.
The latest updates for UF Health hospitals, clinics and services. Includes changes to visitation policies, openings and closings, and more.
Questions and answers about COVID-19 and UF Health’s response. Learn how you can help protect yourself and our community.
UF HEALTH COVID-19 research and news
People who have recovered from a bout of severe COVID-19 may still have reason for concern about their health. A new University of Florida study has found that patients who…
The coronavirus continues to mutate and evolve, and the latest in a parade of variants is causing particular worry among infectious disease specialists. The delta variant fueled a devastating surge…
As COVID-19 vaccinations continue to be administered around the world, a coordinated global response to viral variants that may threaten the protection provided by vaccines is critical, writes a group…
A new University of Florida study finds that patients with COVID-19 who displayed symptoms of disorientation and confusion were three times more likely to go on to develop severe COVID-19…
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COVID-19 information related to UF Health Jacksonville, UF Health North and related clinics
COVID-19 information related to UF Health Leesburg and UF Health Villages Hospitals.
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Updates from the University of Florida
The latest updates from the University of Florida related to COVID-19. Additional frequently asked questions pertaining to travel, students, prospective students, families, graduate students, and faculty & staff