May 27, 2021
Dear Tulane Community:
We have several important COVID-19 updates; please review this email thoroughly.
Please Report Your Vaccinations
- If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic other than the Tulane Vaccine Clinic located on the first floor of the JBJ Building, please report proof of vaccination through the Campus Health Patient Portal. If you need additional guidance, please review this online video tutorial.
- If you were vaccinated at the Tulane Vaccine Clinic, your record will be updated automatically. No additional action is required from you at this time.
- If you choose to not receive the COVID-19 vaccine for medical, religious, or personal reasons, you must submit a Vaccine Declination Form.
For all COVID-19 vaccine questions, please email email@example.com.
Tulane Vaccine Clinic Now Open for Children of Tulane Employees Ages 12 and Up
The Tulane Vaccine Clinic is now able to vaccinate children of Tulane employees ages 12 and up. If you would like to take advantage of this for your family, please complete the following steps:
- Complete the Patient Registration Form for each of your children aged 12 and up.
- Email completed registration form(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Expanded Vaccine.
- The Tulane Vaccine Clinic will schedule the appointment for you.
- Please monitor your email for a response from the Vaccine Clinic with suggested date and time options for your vaccine appointment(s).
Save the Date!
Tulane University will be hosting a Town Hall to answer your questions about COVID-19 and vaccines on Thursday, June 3, at 3 p.m. This interactive session will include a panel of experts and people who have received their vaccines to answer your vaccine-related questions and to share their stories about why they chose to get the shot and what their experience was like.
Please mark your calendars and watch your email for the Zoom link next week!
International Students should upload a copy of their COVID-19 vaccine documentation into the Campus Health Patient Portal. We are currently accepting most international vaccines. You will be contacted if your vaccine is not accepted, and you need to be vaccinated again once you arrive on campus. If you are unable to get vaccinated prior to your arrival in the U.S., you should schedule your vaccine series as soon as you arrive in the U.S. Failure to report your vaccine status or scheduling your vaccine upon arrival in the U.S. may result in registration holds.
All current Tulane policies related to COVID-19 will apply to you once you are on campus. If you are not vaccinated prior to arrival, you will be responsible for following the appropriate campus guidance.
International travelers should follow all current CDC guidance. You are responsible for any US travel quarantine and should plan accordingly, based on your situation and the guidance at the time of your travel. Current CDC Travel Guidance by location is available here.
COVID-19 Transmission Study
Help us understand more about COVID-19 transmission and vaccines with only a few steps! We're inviting all undergraduate, graduate students, post-docs, faculty, and staff at Tulane University who are participating in the testing program to participate in our study.
We're asking you to complete a quick survey now, in 3 months, and in 6 months.
This study is 100% online! You can consent and fill out the surveys from any device with an internet connection. If you choose to participate, you will be entered into a monthly raffle for a $50 Amazon gift card. You will be eligible each month that you complete a survey between now and June 2022, for a maximum of three entries.
Interested? Please click here to visit our website.
Principal Investigator: Aneeka Ratnayake
1440 Canal Street, Room 2053
New Orleans, LA,70112
Mobile: (410) 600-5292