People are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 ≥2 weeks after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or ≥2 weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson (J&J)/Janssen). Per the CDC,…Read full answer about Which vaccines are considered to be acceptable as a fully vaccinated status?
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Please consider the following as you plan your international travel: Airline and international entry testing and quarantine requirements are continually changing at the local, national and international level, and require prior planning. Under current restrictions, for instance, U.S. citizens and non-citizens…Read full answer about What international travel restrictions, including testing and quarantine requirements, should I be aware of?
Faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students are exempt from the university surveillance testing during travel, if such testing is impractical or impossible. Undergraduate students must follow the program testing requirements during travel. Travelers must adhere to campus access restrictions and…Read full answer about Do the university surveillance testing requirements apply during travel?
On-campus COVID-19 testing with Color Genomics is required twice weekly (specifically, every three days) for students living on campus or coming to campus frequently. Students who are on campus occasionally are required to take a test on the day they…Read full answer about What are the current COVID-19 testing requirements for students?
Guidelines and requirements regarding vaccinations, testing and other health and safety precautions for Stanford affiliates can be found on this page. …Read full answer about What guidelines and requirements apply to Stanford affiliates, including individuals involved with patient care, service vendors, temporary employees, Visiting Scholars, Researchers and other Temporary Community Members (such as Cardinal Temps)?
Surveillance testing is provided for free to students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars, through Color Genomics, as an added safeguard to minimizing the spread of COVID-19. Student testing program (link is external): The plan provides COVID-19 surveillance testing…Read full answer about What is the surveillance testing program?
Faculty, Staff and Postdocs can contact the SU Occupational Health Center by phone at (650) 725-5308 or by email at email@example.com.Students can contact Vaden Health Services.SHC or patient-facing employees can contact Stanford Hospital Occupational Health…Read full answer about Who can I contact if I have outstanding questions if someone in my workspace TESTED POSITIVE or FELT ILL?
Stanford faculty, staff and student employees must follow the department’s standard process for reporting an absence from work. In addition, they should talk to their PI/Supervisor/local HR to determine whether they are allowed to work remotely if they are feeling…Read full answer about When an individual reports their SYMPTOMS via Health Check, what is the process that follows?
The individual should resubmit their Health Check as soon as possible to report their symptoms. Health Check will indicate if they are or are not approved to be onsite. A clinician from the Medical Support Team (Stanford University…Read full answer about Someone in my workplace has started to FEEL ILL while at work. What will they need to do?
Stanford faculty, staff, postdocs and student employees who are working on campus are required to complete a Health Check submission every day they are expected to be working onsite. In addition, employees who begin feeling ill after being onsite…Read full answer about How does Stanford learn of faculty, staff, students or postdocs who are ILL or experiencing COVID-19-LIKE SYMPTOMS?