COVID-19 Updates for the NYU Shanghai Community

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This page contains the latest information available to NYU Shanghai about the COVID-19 pandemic, useful links, and FAQs.

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Latest information about COVID-19

Last Updated: September 2, 2021 10:35 AM, China Standard Time

By NYU Shanghai
Relevance: All NYU Shanghai

Daily Situation Reports

World Health Organization daily situation reports
Bloomberg Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker
CDC 2019 COVID-19 Situation Summary
Latest statistics on Coronavirus with info about cases in Shanghai by District (Chinese)
COVID-19 Dashboard Tracking Global Cases (by Johns Hopkins CSSE)
Shine.cn Updates on the Coronavirus Epidemic (Shanghai-related news)
Coronavirus Live Updates (New York Times)

Shanghai
Confirmed cases (cumulative): 2489
Current cases: 113
Deaths: 7
Recovered: 2369

NYU Shanghai: 2*

*Two students tested positive for COVID-19 after studying away in London. Both have since recovered.

Useful Information

Advising Information for Fall 2021

Fall 2021 Academic Calendar

NYU Shanghai Teaching & Learning Toolkits

NYU COVID-19 Updates Page

Contact Information

Department Email/Phone number
Undergraduate advising shanghai.advising@nyu.edu
Graduate Office shanghai.ogae@nyu.edu
NYU's Office of Global Programs global.admissions@nyu.edu
Public Safety shanghai.publicsafety@nyu.edu | 021-2059-5500
Human Resources shanghai.hr@nyu.edu | 13764511733
Wellness Exchange 021-2059-9999
Office of Research shanghai.research@nyu.edu
General Inquiries nyushanghai@nyu.edu

Shanghai East Medical Center (NYU Shanghai’s designated hospital for all suspected cases)
No.150, Jimo Road, Pudong New Area (Line 2 Dongchang RD Station Exit 1)
Tel: 021-3880 4518
上海市浦东新区即墨路150号, 近浦东大道(2号线东昌路站1号口)电话: 021-3880 4518

Health and Safety Tips

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Wear a mask in all public spaces.

Faculty Work on COVID-19

​​Letter from Shanghai The Hudson Review, ​Larry Wolff -- Silver Professor of European History at New York University
18 Lessons of Quarantine Urbanism Strelka Mag, Benjamin Bratton, Visiting Professor of Interactive Media Arts
Faculty Research on COVID-19

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