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Johns Hopkins 2019-20 Flu Campaign

Flu vaccine for Johns Hopkins employees is here! The inactivated influenza vaccine (injectable) will be administered to Hopkins employees beginning October 7th, 2019(Please see locations & schedules below)

The Johns Hopkins Institutions require health care providers to have annual influenza vaccination or possess an approved qualified exception.  If vaccinated outside of Johns Hopkins, a proof of immunization must be provided to Occupational Health Services to receive credit for the vaccination.  Please review the  Mandatory Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Policy (HSE048) for more information.

The Influenza vaccine will be administered to Physicians, Faculty, Staff, Employees, Students and Volunteers by Occupational Health Services as listed below.

Have questions about the mandatory flu vaccination policy? Read these FAQs


Hopkins Mass Vaccination Schedules & Locations

Vaccinations & Exceptions

After Friday, October 18th, the vaccine will be still administered at 98 Broadway (Suite 421), Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm at the East Baltimore campus.  For more information please, contact OHS at 410-955-6211.



Johns Hopkins Medicine

According to the new Mandatory Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Policy (HSE048) everyone must receive the influenza vaccine or possess an approved qualified exception as defined by the above policy. The vaccine is provided free to all physicians, faculty, staff, students, volunteers and personnel who work in the hospital. Vendors must show proof of having received the influenza vaccine before conducting business or working within the Johns Hopkins patient or clinical care areas.

As defined by the above policy, everyone who has not received the influenza vaccine must wear a mask within 6 feet of a patient during the flu season. The mask must be worn during the time period from November 16, 2019 to May 15, 2020. Vaccinated staff will receive translucent pink ID badge clip. Those who do not have a translucent pink ID badge clip will be required to wear a mask.

Hospital policy (IFC022) states that staff members with a fever must stay home. Personnel who have respiratory symptoms but no fever can work, but they must wear a surgical mask. Please refer to the above respiratory policy for guidance concerning employees who become ill at work with flu-like symptoms.

Have questions about the mandatory flu vaccination policy?

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