COVID-19 Updates

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Pharmacist Melissa McGivney is one of the masterminds behind Pitt’s impressive vaccination efforts. She’s led a team that has provided more than 20,000 doses to people, young and old.
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Reports to the Pitt COVID Concern Connection have increased slightly since the March update. See the latest data and reminders for the end of the term.
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Pitt will host vaccine clinics at the Petersen Events Center in the upcoming weeks and volunteers are needed to help the process run smoothly. Learn more about how to enroll as a volunteer.
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What can vaccine proponents, clinicians and public health communicators learn from anti-vaxxers? A lot, say Pitt researchers. See what they suggest.
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Let’s finish strong, Panthers: Don't jeopardize in-person graduation plans with unsafe behaviors.
A person in glasses and a blue face mask holds a syringe in a gloved hand
Students from the schools of the health sciences will administer vaccines at upcoming clinics at the Petersen Events Center serving individuals 65 and older.
Zhiyong Peng in a white coat and a light blue shirt with a tie
Former Pitt fellow and critical care doctor Zhiyong Peng spent nearly all his time at the Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University last year. Pittwire checked in to see how he’s doing today.
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One year in, a look back at the Pitt people who sprang to action in the early days of the pandemic.
A blue sign that reads "Pitt COVID Concern Connection" with a photo of a telephone next to it
During the period of Feb. 1 to 28, 101 questions and concerns related to COVID-19 were submitted to the COVID Concern Connection. See the trends and learn how you can make a report if you see something concerning.
A person in a blue jacket and black backpack walks on campus
The University of Pittsburgh will distribute funds to approximately 15,200 students as part of the coronavirus relief package recently passed by Congress, the University announced today.