To view the main JHU COVID-19 site, click here.


JHU Launches U.S.-Focuses COVID-19 Tracking Map

The new map, which complements existing university efforts to track the global coronavirus outbreak, features U.S. county-level data on testing, population, infection rate, and hospital capacity.

Read more about the new U.S.-focused map here.


Get the Facts from Hopkins Doctors by Phone, Podcast, and on the Web

The Healthy Community Partnership and Medicine for the Greater Good at Johns Hopkins Bayview host a coronavirus (COVID-19) update call 

Mondays at 3:00 p.m. and Fridays at 11:00 a.m.

The dial-in information is below:
Toll-free number: (888) 651-5908
Participant code: 3569812

There is also a daily podcast, Public Health On Call, which includes interviews about the coronavirus.

Johns Hopkins is working hard to support local, state, national, and global response efforts to the coronavirus. We are supporting efforts by the Baltimore City Health Department and the city at large. To view the Coronavirus Resource Center created by Johns Hopkins, click here.


Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Do I Do If I Feel Sick?

If you have a cough, a fever, or difficulty breathing, and you are worried that you may have COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, here are recommendations on what to do, step by step, from JHM. 

Specific information for JHU employees can be found here.


Family & Caregiving Programs

Whether you’re having a baby, raising a child, or caring for an aging relative, we have resources for you, from lactation support, to adoption assistance, to help finding—and paying for—child care and eldercare. Click here for additional information.

In addition to your 20 days of backup care, did you know that you have a premium membership to You can easily post a job on or search for a caregiver in your area to care for children, adult loved ones, pets, tutors, and more. Check out the safety center for best practices on hiring safely. Read the full article here.


Coronavirus Resource Guide for Parents and Caregivers compiled a list of resources for parents and caregivers ranging from staying mentally/physically active to hiring and employing caregivers.

Check out the guide here.


Lectures + Symposiums have been Moved Online

Now might be the time for you to catch one of the lectures or symposiums you might not otherwise be able to attend. Check Today’s Announcements for dialing offerings.