3 Reasons for Stags to Get the Vax

3 Reasons for Stags to Get the Vax

In a recent Fairfield University survey, 80% of students on our campus have reported that they have either received or plan to receive a vaccination for Covid-19. In fact, at the on-campus vaccine clinics nearly 1,000 Stags received their Covid-19 vaccine. Let’s keep the momentum going to ensure the health and wellness of our campus community.

1.  Get Vaccinated and Win Prizes

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Stags, once you are fully vaccinated and submit your documentation, you will be automatically entered into the “Crush Covid Raffle” for a chance to win exciting prizes including gift cards, Airpods, Apple watches, and iPads. The raffle drawing will occur on Wednesday, June 30. So hurry now to get your proof of vaccine submitted!

2.  No More Weekly Testing

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Yes, you heard that right! Once you are fully vaccinated, you no longer have to participate in the weekly testing.

3.  No Need to Quarantine

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Fully vaccinated students, faculty, and staff will be exempt from quarantine even if they were exposed or had close contact with someone who has Covid-19.

Once vaccinated, send proof of vaccination to covidhealth@fairfield.edu.

Last Modified: 06-03-2021 09:22 AM

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