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Mandatory Seasonal Influenza Vaccination
2019 - 2020 Flu Campaign
Occupational Health Services (OHS) team members will administer free influenza vaccinations Oct. 7 through Oct. 18:
- Oct. 7–11 and Oct. 14–17, 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center (JHOC), second floor plaza
- Oct. 7–11 and Oct. 14–17, 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Phipps Building, Houck lobby
- Oct. 18, 7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m., JHOC second floor plaza and Phipps Building Houck lobby
- Oct. 9, 4:15–8 p.m., Occupational Health Services, Blalock 144
- Oct. 12, 6–10 a.m., Occupational Health Services, Blalock 144
- Oct. 17, 4–7 a.m., Occupational Health Services, Blalock 144
Please help us ensure a smooth process by bringing your Johns Hopkins ID badge and wearing clothing that makes your upper arm easy to access.
The Mandatory Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Policy requires that faculty and staff members, postdoctoral fellows, medical residents and medical students of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who provide patient care or work in a hospital building, or whose primary work location is in a patient or clinical care area, receive the influenza vaccine each year. The compliance deadline is Friday, Nov. 15.
For those who have a valid medical or religious reason not to get a flu shot, the deadline to request an exception is the first Tuesday in November. If this applies to you, please complete and submit the appropriate form by Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Intrastaff personnel may also receive flu vaccine free of charge at participating Walgreen pharmacies. Click here to view the designated Walgreens pharmacies.
If you receive your flu vaccination at one of our OHS-administered sites or at a designated Walgreens location, you will receive an email confirming your vaccination. However, please retain your hard-copy documentation in case you need it to further verify vaccine administration. If you receive the flu vaccination elsewhere, such as a different Walgreens pharmacy, another retailer or your doctor’s office — including a Johns Hopkins Community Physicians office — you or someone on your behalf must submit proof of immunization online to Occupational Health Services. If you do not receive an email confirming your vaccination, email email@example.com
You can find more details about the flu vaccination program at hopkinsmedicine.org/hse/occupational_health/flu_campaign.html. Please contact your manager or your department’s flu coordinator if you have questions.