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Vaccine Information

Find out what you need to know about vaccines. For the absolute latest in Pennsylvania vaccine announcements, check out the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s COVID-19 vaccines page. 

Vaccine Approval

There are three vaccines that have been approved for emergency use in the United States—the Pfizer vaccine, the Moderna vaccine, and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are administered as a series of two shots, and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is one shot. Additional vaccine candidates are also in development. Learn more about vaccines from the Centers for Disease Control.

Vaccine Eligibility

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has implemented a phased vaccine rollout plan that began with Phase 1A.  As of April 12, All Pennsylvanians ages 16 and older are eligible for the vaccine. Schedule your appointment today at the links below.

Vaccine Appointments

Chatham is unable to offer vaccine appointments or clinics on campus at this time. You can make a vaccine appointment through the County or authorized vaccine providers. As more vaccines become available, it will be easier and easier to get an appointment. Here are helpful links to schedule an appointment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A person is considered to be fully vaccinated if it has been two weeks since their final vaccine dose. That is the amount of time it takes for the vaccine to reach full efficacy. 
Unfortunately, not at this time. Chatham has requested to be a vaccine site and continues to explore possibilities of an on-campus clinic with community health partners. We will update the community as resources become available.

Vaccinated persons are not required to quarantine if they 1) have been fully vaccinated, 2) are within three months of the last dose, and 3) have remained asymptomatic since the current COVID-19 exposure. If any of those three conditions are not met, they must quarantine even if vaccinated. This is in line with guidance from the CDC. 

Yes. For the rest of the term, everyone--including those who are vaccinated--are required to complete the daily health check each day.  

Not at this time, but this may change as we learn more and evaluate the needs of our community. 
It is not yet known when eligibility will be extended to non-PA resident students. When this information is available, we’ll send an update to the campus community.