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#VaxUpLaSalle

Together and by association,
let’s end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Every U.S. resident 16 years or older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. La Salle University encourages everyone to consider receiving the vaccine. We are planning for a predominantly on-campus, in-person experience in Fall 2021. Let’s #VaxUpLaSalle and make the semester as safe as possible.

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Tarik Khan ’11, a nurse practitioner encourages getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

130 million

Americans who have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, as of 4/19/2021 (CDC)

43.4%

Percentage of Pennsylvanians who have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, as of 4/20/2021 (CDC)

Kayla Dunn, '21, encourages getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Jason Diaz, professor, encourages getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kristin Heasley, AVP, Human Resources, Interim VP, Student Development and Campus Life getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Katelynn Mercurio, '21, encourages getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Why are you vaxxed up?

What activity do you want to resume once you’re vaccinated? Who do you want to hug or visit? Share a photo and the inspiration behind getting your vaccine.

Tell us your story!

Vaccine Certification

La Salle University invites students and employees to share if they have completed the COVID-19 vaccination cycle by submitting a COVID-19 vaccination certification form. All information submitted will remain confidential.

Learn more

Read up on the science and safety behind the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to learn more about the vaccine, including the city’s distribution plans.