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7 things to know about the flu vaccine requirement — and how to report your vaccine

Have you gotten your flu vaccine? Here’s what you need to know about UC’s requirement and how to reporting at UCOP, including frequently asked questions about UCOP Screen.


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Remember to get your flu vaccine by Nov. 19

Starting Nov. 19, you’ll need to affirm your flu vaccination through UCOP Screen before entering any UC or UCOP facilities.


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UC students, faculty and staff are required to get a flu vaccine

The potential confluence of infections from COVID-19 and the flu poses a threat to the health and safety of the UC community and the public. The executive order creates a uniform policy for all locations.


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7 things to know about the Nov. 1 flu shot requirement — and how to report it

Have you gotten your flu vaccine? Here’s what you need to know about UC’s requirement and reporting at UCOP, including frequently asked questions about UCOP Screen.


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Why getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever in 2020

We may not have a vaccine for COVID-19, but we do have one for the flu. Help vulnerable populations this fall by getting your flu shot.


Advisory: Recent flu vaccine survey was not from UC

Many UC staff members recently received a survey regarding the flu vaccine mandate. This survey was not created or sanctioned by UC. Please proceed with caution.


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Answers to questions about the flu shot mandate

All UC employees — including here at UCOP — must receive a flu shot by Nov. 1. Here’s what you need to know.


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UC’s systemwide flu vaccine requirement applies to staff

UCOP staff are included in this order. Immunizations must be received by Nov. 1.