In this Stronger Together Update, you’ll find:
Student Vaccination Deadline
Testing Reminders for Students and Employees
Flu Shot Schedule: There’s a POD Tomorrow (Thursday) on West Campus
Classroom Protocol Reminders
STUDENT VACCINATION DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
An important reminder that students must upload proof of full vaccination (two doses of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, or one dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine) by this Friday, September 24 to the Wolfie Health Portal to remain enrolled in in-person fall classes and/or use an in-person campus service or facility. See more previously shared information here.
Find the student COVID testing requirements and schedule here.
West Campus Employees:
Weekly surveillance testing is required for non-vaccinated individuals (or those who haven’t shared their vaccinated status).
Monthly testing is required for fully vaccinated employees who have shared their vaccination status. THIS WEEK, EMPLOYEES WITH LAST NAMES M-R TEST. See the full testing schedule here.
GET YOUR FLU SHOT: THERE’S A POD TOMORROW ON WEST CAMPUS
Flu shots continue to be an important way to protect against the spread of this virus. While we all have a lot going on, and a lot on our minds, protect yourself against flu this season. Here’s where you can get your shots on campus this week and please watch for more opportunities to come. As in the past, the walk-in events are provided in partnership with CVS and available for all students, faculty and staff. Please bring your health insurance card.
Wednesday, September 22: Student Life Center Cafeteria, Southampton Campus, 10 am to 1 pm
Thursday, September 23: SAC Auditorium, West Campus, 10 am to 1 pm
SBM employees: As you should have seen in an email yesterday, there are a variety of flu shot opportunities now through end-November. Visit ThePulse for dates, details and/or to schedule your appointment.
Since the start of the pandemic, the University has convened a group of on-campus experts, who have worked in close partnership with local and state health departments, to follow and implement appropriate measures to protect the health and safety of our campus community. This applies to all operations across SBU, including our in-person classroom protocols. We continue to follow the science and guidance from the CDC and other officials, and have developed, implemented and continue to update policies as necessary to protect the entire campus community. Read more in the Instruction FAQs webpage on the Stronger Together site.
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