Campus & Community

University lifts travel restrictions regarding Hong Kong:

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Other policies are still in force

Based on the latest advice from the World Health Organization (WHO), Harvard University lifted its restriction on travel to Hong Kong, effective May 23. Travelers to Hong Kong are advised to continue to observe precautions to safeguard their health. Travelers from Hong Kong who are visiting Harvard are asked to know the symptoms of SARS by consulting the University Health Service (UHS) Web site ( and to contact UHS if they experience any of these symptoms, via telephone at (617) 998-HUHS (617) 998-4847 or via e-mail,

University policies regarding travel by students, faculty, staff, and other visitors to or from the SARS-affected areas of China and Taiwan remain in effect. For more on these policies, see the SARS update Web site (