SAN DIEGO – Before the start of classes at the University of San Diego, California, it will be mandatory that academic and student personnel have the complete vaccination system, this to follow the guidelines given by the University of California System.
The information provided through a document indicates that university campuses will have vaccination modules and in those cases that by medical or religious prescription do not want to use the antiviral, they must use a face mask and present a medical examination where they verify that they are free of coronavirus.
Through a letter signed by Donald Godwin, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students at the University of San Diego, he informed that the ideal is for the school population to be vaccinated.
The document indicates that if the person has their complete vaccination schedule, they should bring a photo of the registry or the card to show it at the Student Health Center website, if not, it is important to do it as soon as possible so that it is fully immunized at the start of fall classes.
If you are requesting a vaccine exemption for medical or religious reasons, it is important to visit the Student Health Center website to download a form and state why the vaccine will not be administered.
Those who do not apply the dose should have frequent tests to guarantee to the other academic community that they are not a carrier of Covid-19.