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Stay Safe The official source of public health information for Syracuse University. A widely vaccinated community safeguards the health, wellness and safety of our students, faculty and staff, and helps our University return to more normal operations. At this time, the Barnes Center at The Arch does not have a vaccine supply.
If vaccine becomes available on campus through the Barnes Center at The Arch to support Fall semester arrivals, we will notify the campus community. Please note: The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines both require a second dose, which will be scheduled during your appointment for the first dose.
For vaccines that require two doses, make sure to plan to attend your second appointment in the same location as your first appointment.
For Moderna, the second dose is given 28 days after the first and for Pfizer, the second dose is given 21 days after the first. Doing so may eventually allow you to forego testing standards as a requirement for entry into certain venues and participation in certain events.
For example, beginning April 1, New York State will exempt vaccinated individuals from pre-event testing requirements otherwise required to enter large sports and performance venues across the state including our stadium.
Faculty and staff can also use the form to claim exemption from this requirement for medical or sincerely held religious reasons. Once there, you will be prompted to identify an available time that works for you. Complete the two forms provided in your confirmation : After you schedule your appointment, you will receive a confirmation .
This will contain links to two forms: 1 a screening and consent form that will need to be printed and completed and 2 a form attesting to your eligibility status. Provide proof of eligibility upon arrival: Please bring with you your SU I. You will also need to bring some evidence of a local address i. Bring your insurance card: You will be asked for insurance information, but the vaccine is free and there will never be a charge to you. This information is for administrative use only. You do not need to have insurance to get the vaccine.Syracuse New York me out a shot
email: [email protected] - phone:(584) 635-7224 x 9173
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