Coping with COVID-19
The Mass General Brigham workforce continues to do an amazing job responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the system, there are many examples (both on the front lines and remotely), of quality care, innovation, adaptability and dedication. The resources below are tailored to provide support, whether you are coping with issues related COVID and Pandemic transitions. Confidential help from EAP is just a phone call away.
- 6 Week Pandemic Support Group for MGB Employees – Facilitated by MGB Integrated Care: May 2022
- MGB Booster shot Requirements
– All current employees must have received a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot by March 1, 2022 if they completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series (Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson) before August 1, 2021.- Those who completed their primary vaccine series after August 1, 2021 must receive a booster shot by June 30, 2022.
- MGB COVID Return to Work Policies
- Brigham & Women’s Long Haul COVID Clinic
- The Federal and Boston eviction moratorium are no longer in effect. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has protections in place through April 2022. For full information about housing supports, please refer to EAP COVID-19 Housing section.
- CNBC – Federal Student Loans Extended through August 31, 2022
EAP COVID-related News Features
- How Building Resilience Helps You Weather Adversity
- Guidance for Supporting Pets in the Post-pandemic Transition
- Navigating Student Loans during and after the Pandemic Pause
- Supports for Tenants and Property Owners during the Pandemic Transition
- Women are more at Risk for Health Consequences of Drinking
- Getting Back on Track with Healthy Eating during the Pandemic Transition