Marquette COVID vaccinations: 92% of students provide proof

Marquette University on Thursday, Sept. 2 announced that at least 80% of faculty and staff – along with more than 90% of students – are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of the end of August.

The university said 84% of faculty and staff have voluntarily provided proof of vaccination. The university will require regular COVID-19 testing for those who are not vaccinated or have not provided proof of vaccination.

Additionally, 92% of students enrolled for the fall semester have provided proof of vaccination.

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Students who received an exemption from the student vaccine requirement and faculty and staff who chose not to voluntarily upload proof of vaccination will be required to:

  • Participate in mandatory COVID-19 testing every other week
  • Complete the daily COVID Cheq screening process
  • Quarantine for 14 days if they come into close contact with someone infected with COVID-19
  • Follow all other university-wide protocols related to COVID-19 mitigation

Vaccine rates will be updated weekly on the university’s COVID-19 dashboard.

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