While we are in the endemic phase of COVID-19, we want to acknowledge that COVID-19 remains with us.
On May 11, 2023, the end of the COVID-19 National Emergency and Public Health Emergency (PHE) will mark a transition to an endemic phase.
Two cases of multidrug-resistant strains of gonorrhea have been identified in the state of Massachusetts.
We wanted to share some additional information focused specifically on masking and vaccinations/boosters for individuals on the Boston campus.
The CDC recently elevated Suffolk County’s COVID-19 community risk level from medium to high.
We strongly encourage you to get your flu shot and COVID-19 bivalent booster during winter break if you haven’t already.
We are writing to share a few reminders about our COVID policies and the Flu Clinics.
Individuals who have not received any previous COVID-19 boosters will need to get the COVID-19 bivalent booster in order to remain in compliance with the College’s vaccine requirements
While the College does not require the COVID-19 bivalent booster at this time, we encourage you to consider vaccination to further protect yourself and the Emerson community.
This fall marks another transition in COVID-19 policies and protocols, as the College continues to evolve in its response to and management of the pandemic.