Updated May 7, 2021
Vaccinated travelers or those who have recovered from Covid-19 in the last 3 months no longer need to quarantine upon return to New Jersey. Unvaccinated travelers and residents entering New Jersey from any U.S. state or territory beyond the immediate region (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware) should self-quarantine for 10 days. Individuals who test negative on a viral test for Covid-19 obtained 3–5 days after returning, must self-quarantine for 7 full days. For the most up-to-date information on travel restrictions and other questions, view New Jersey Covid FAQs.
All individuals (vaccinated or not) who leave the state of New Jersey for more than 24 hours must complete the IAS Travel Questionnaire upon their return.
The Institute campus remains partially reopened, and Faculty, Members, and a limited number of essential staff may request access to work in their offices. The Health Screening Form must be completed each morning before coming to campus and approved by the IAS Covid-19 Response Team.
To help ensure the safety of our community, we ask that you:
- Keep indoor gatherings to a limit of 10 people per room, regardless of the number of seats.
- Maintain physical distancing practices: stay 6 feet apart at all times.
- Wear masks or face coverings in all indoor spaces on campus, including the laundry room and the activities center, and outdoors if social distancing isn't possible.
- Do not enter any office other than your own.
Kindly note that access to campus will be restricted to the IAS community only. At this time, the Institute’s academic campus is not open to non-essential visitors, members of the public, or family members, including children.
We have created a series of Return-to-Campus guides as a resource for the IAS community to help navigate returning to IAS during the partial reopening. The guides feature more in-depth information than shown on the website, and should be consulted before coming to campus. All current and future guides may be found at this link.
- Reporting Potential Infection or Exposure to Covid-19
- General Information
- Health Screening & Travel Questionnaire
- Covid-19 Testing Locations
- Administrative Services
- Comptroller's Office
- IAS Computing
- Dining Services
- Human Resources
- Meeting Rooms and Common Spaces
- Institute Libraries
- Fuld Hall Reception Desk Services
- After Getting the Covid-19 Vaccine
- Frequently Asked Questions – Covid-19 and Travel
- Building & Office Cleaning Protocols
- Face Covering Guidelines and Care Guide
- Delivery Service Options at IAS
- Restaurant Delivery Options
VISITORS TO CAMPUS
Access to campus will be restricted to the IAS community only. At this time, the Institute’s academic campus is not open to non-essential visitors, members of the public, or family members, including children. Please refer to your Use & Occupancy agreement if residing on campus for guidance on family visitors to your apartment. If you have a special circumstance, please reach out to the Covid-19 Response Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Jersey Travel Advisory
Travelers and residents entering New Jersey from any U.S. state or territory beyond the immediate region (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Delaware) should self-quarantine for 10 days. Individuals who test negative on a viral test for Covid-19 must self-quarantine for 7 full days. New Jersey FAQs.
United States Travel Advisory
As of June 2, 2020, the United States is at Warning Level 3, which recommends avoiding nonessential travel, both domestically and internationally. For the latest information, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website and the State of New Jersey's Covid-19 website.
At IAS, we are committed to continually monitoring this evolving situation and supporting our community. We are meeting frequently to review and update our plans and will continue to send regular announcements and update the IAS website homepage with the latest information. For further information, please consult the Return-to-Campus guides.
For any other questions related to a personal situation, please contact the IAS Covid-19 response email email@example.com.