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Early COVID-19 mindset predicts well-being

Mindsets developed in the first 10 days of the COVID-19 pandemic influenced people’s emotions and health behaviors – and ultimately predicted their well-being six months later, Stanford psychologists find.

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Does free speech protect COVID-19 vaccine misinformation?

Stanford's Michelle Mello talks about the issues around COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and the Supreme Court's view on false claims about vaccines.

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Update on masking guidelines

In a message to the community, Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health and safety, shares an update on steps the university is taking to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.

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Spring quarter COVID-19 updates for students

Mona Hicks, senior associate vice provost and dean of students, and Jim Jacobs, associate vice provost and executive director of Vaden Health Services, update students with the latest on testing, masking, quarantining and more.

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What endemic means for masks, shots and more

Stanford Medicine experts discuss the possibility that SARS-CoV-2 could become endemic and what that would mean for shots, masks and more.

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Revised masking guidelines

In a message to the campus community, Provost Persis Drell; Lloyd Minor, dean of the School of Medicine; and Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health and safety, provide an update on masking guidelines at Stanford.

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At clinical virology lab, 1 million COVID-19 tests and counting

Stanford Medicine’s clinical virology laboratory has processed its 1 millionth COVID-19 test nearly two years after becoming one of the first academic center testing sites in the country.

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Testing and other COVID-19 updates

Provost Persis Drell, Lloyd Minor, dean of the School of Medicine, and Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health & safety, provide an update on the COVID-19 testing program as well as a preview of plans for students returning to campus from travel during the upcoming spring break.

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Vaccination may protect against variants better than infection, study finds

COVID-19 vaccines are better than infection at making antibodies to recognize new viral variants, according to a Stanford study.

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How and why to meet the Jan. 31 deadline for booster shots

You won't be able to register for spring quarter classes until you submit your booster documentation, or receive an extension or exemption, as explained in this Vaden Health Services message.

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