Students, faculty and staff are still required to submit proof of their booster shot.
Those with previous exemptions won't need to get the booster.
The research team uses bacteria to break down food waste and turn it into bioplastics.
The trend reflects an increase in COVID-19 cases nationally.
The researchers published their findings in Nature magazine in November.
The university has been higher than the national average since the 2016 election.
The professors are still designing the bot, and once it is released it will be available as a phone app.
The project partnered with the Asian American Center of Frederick, the Frederick County Health Department and the Health Care Coalition.
Rachel Rosenberg Goldstein, a professor in the public health school, launched a project that combines health information with gardening tools for residents in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County.
The commission will give advice on issues of racial, ethnic, cultural or socioeconomic health disparities.