Harvard's response to Coronavirus - CHS Greece's Digital Library operation

Harvard University is closely monitoring the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak and offers valuable guidelines and resources to its community members and beyond.

Announcement November 8 2021

Following the announcement of new protection measures for public health, visits and access to CHS Greece premises from Monday, November 8 2021 will be taking place as follows:

In keeping with the current safety measures, the Center will be accepting a specific number of visitors who wish to make use of the available research services, only via phone reservation and in compliance with all relevant safety measures.

In order to enter and stay in the premises of CHS Greece, minors are required to present the declaration of a negative self-test result, and adults a valid vaccination certificate or certificate of recovery, or the negative result of a rapid test (up to 48 hours) or PCR test (up to 72 hours). An identity check will follow, with the presentation of an identity card, passport, driver's license or student ID.

The use of a protective mask is mandatory throughout the stay at the Center’s premises.