|Message Sent To:||All Faculty, All Staff, All Students|
|Message From:||Message from the Office of the President|
|Date Sent:||Wednesday, March 10, 2021 03:00 PM CST|
Video: Vaccination and the Loyola Community Webinar
March 10, 2021
Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff,
Thank you to those who attended our Vaccinations and the Loyola Community webinar last week. More than 800 of you joined in to learn more about COVID-19 vaccination and Loyola University Chicago's plans to support the health of our community.
If you were unable to join, a full recording is now available on the Return to Campus webinar page, as well as on the new COVID-19 Vaccine Resources page. We encourage you to view the recording if you were not able to attend the live session so you are up to date on the science of COVID-19 vaccines and what vaccination means for the Loyola community.
You can also view specific sections of the webinar below:
- Who should get the vaccine?
- How do I get the vaccine?
- Will masks and social distancing be required after vaccination?
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine and related resources shared during the webinar, please visit LUC.edu/coronavirus/vaccine. This site will continue to be updated with information about the available vaccines, the latest plans for their distribution, and what this means for our Loyola community.
We encourage you to continue to visit our COVID-19 website for the latest developments and most current information on Loyola’s COVID-19 response. You may email any questions to COVID-19support@LUC.edu.
Together in Loyola,
Susan L. Uprichard, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Microbiology/Immunology, Stritch School of Medicine
Chairperson, University Senate
Thomas M. Kelly
Senior Vice President for Administrative Services
Office of the President