Johns Hopkins launches JHNeedsU, a new COVID-19 health and safety awareness effort

With the health and safety of all Johns Hopkins community members a top priority as the university navigates the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, a new outreach effort is urging collective action.

Through consistent signage, digital media, and other resources, the "JHNeedsU" campaign promotes safe and responsible behaviors among all Hopkins community members—for the limited in-person activities taking place now, for those working and studying remotely, and in anticipation of expanded activities in the future. The campaign emphasizes four key best practices for preventing the spread of COVID-19: cover your face, wash your hands, keep your distance from others, and report symptoms. It also offers further guidance and contacts, with the motto "Help Us Protect Each Other."

Learn more about JHNeedsU.