Stockton University President, Dr. Harvey Kesselman has announced the unvaccinated COVID-19 screening process for the Fall, 2021 semester.

Starting September 1, 2021, all Stockton University employees who are unvaccinated, for COVID-19, including those with approved medical and/or religious exemptions, will be required to report for a COVID-19 screening every day they are scheduled to work Monday through Friday.

All unvaccinated students have until close of business Friday, August 27 to either provide evidence of having been vaccinated or having been exempted for medical/religious reasons, or they will be dropped from their courses.

Starting September 7, 2021, all unvaccinated students with approved medical and/or religious exemptions, will be required to report for a COVID-19 screening twice a week on days when they are on campus Monday through Friday.

NOTE: An employee/student who has not received a second dose of a two-dose vaccine or the single dose of a one-dose vaccine followed by two weeks.

Kesselman has been on top of the COVID-19 pandemic from the beginning and has consistently demonstrated a sense of urgency to manage critical issues as they have unfolded.

SOURCE: Dr. Harvey Kesselman, President of Stockton University

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