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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 Requirement for 21-22 Term

To combat COVID-19, a number of vaccines have been shown, through clinical trials and additional studies on real-world use, to be safe and highly effective at reducing illness and the spread of the virus.

Based on the success of the vaccines and to protect our community, Chatham will require COVID-19 vaccinations for all students participating in face-to-face classes or campus activities and for all faculty and staff for the 2021-2022 academic term.  

Chatham will allow students and employees with a valid medical, religious or other reason consistent under federal and state law, to apply for an exemption. Anyone not vaccinated will be subject to additional health and safety protocols during the year.

New Vaccine Requirements

Vaccine Clinics at ChathamU

In conjunction with UPMC, Chatham will be offering the Pfizer vaccine at a series of clinics this summer for students, employees, and their families.

Campus Vaccine Clinics

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 12 and older are eligible for the vaccine. Schedule your appointment today at the links below.

Vaccine FDA 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. The Pfizer vaccine has applied for full FDA authorization. Learn more about vaccines from the Centers for Disease Control.

Vaccine Appointments

You can make a vaccine appointment through the County or authorized vaccine providers. There are plenty of vaccines available. Here are helpful links to schedule an appointment.

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