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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID Vaccine

In order for Flagler to return to and maintain a fully in-person learning environment, it is crucial for every individual, who is able, to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. It is important to note, that as the number of individuals who are vaccinated in the campus community continues to grow, the current COVID mitigation practices will remain (masking, distancing, monitoring of symptoms). The COVID team is closely monitoring CDC guidelines, as well as current vaccination rates in the community, and will adjust the College’s protocols if and when it is feasible.

What is meant by "fully vaccinated"?

Depending on the vaccine you receive will determine when you are fully vaccinated.

  • Johnson & Johnson - => 2-weeks after the single-dose vaccine
  • Moderna - =>2-weeks after the second dose in the 2-dose series
  • Pfizer-BioNTech - =>2-weeks after the second dose in the 2-dose series
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What can I do if I am fully vaccinated?

If you are fully vaccinated, you can:

  • Visit with other fully vaccinated people. If you are indoors, this means no masks or social distancing is required.
  • Visit with other unvaccinated people as long as they are from a single household and low risk. If indoors, this means no masks or social distancing is required.
  • If you are exposed to a COVID-19 person who is asymptomatic, you can refrain from quarantine and testing. However, you should still self-monitor for symptoms for 14-day following exposure.
  • Travel internationally without quarantining after returning to the U.S. But are still required to obtain a PCR COVID test 3-5 days after arriving in the U.S. or show documentation of recovery from COVID-19 in the past 3 months.
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What should I continue to do now that I am fully vaccinated?

If you are fulluy vaccinated you should still:

  • Follow COVID policies and guidelines set by Flagler College while on campus
  • Continue to use the Health App when coming to campus
  • Take steps to protect yourself and others by:
    • Wearing your mask
    • Social distancing
    • Avoid crowds and medium to large-sized gatherings
    • Avoid poorly ventilated spaces
  • Quarantine and get tested if you are experiencing COVID symptoms. Report this in your app and to HealthySaints@Flagler.edu
  • If traveling, follow the CDC guidelines for travel.
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Do I need to obtain the COVID vaccine to be on campus or attend Flagler College?

You are not required to be vaccinated for COVID at this time, to be on campus or attend Flagler College. However, in order for Flagler to return to and maintain a fully in-person learning environment, it is crucial for every individual, who is able, to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

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Where can I go if I want to get the COVID vaccine?

For those of you who would like to receive the COVID vaccination, beginning Monday, April 5, all adults are eligible in the state of Florida. Below are a selection of sites in the area where you can schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine.

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Where can I learn more about the vaccines?

If you want to learn more about each of the COVID vaccines available you can go to the following CDC web site: Learn more about available vaccines.

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