Yes. While the CDC and other experts are advising that the vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J) have shown success in its clinical trials as well as real-life conditions, in protecting against COVID-19, it is important that the W&J Community continue to follow CDC guidelines of wearing masks, social distancing, and frequent washing of hands. Experts are …  

The employee will need to complete the two phases of vaccination to be exempt from testing.

The documentation procedure for COVID-19 antibodies is the same as for a previous positive COVID-19 test.  The employee will need to provide Human Resources with a note from their doctor which includes an end date, as the antibodies are not certified for an indefinite period. If an end date is not specified, the employee will …  

If employees can provide a physician note or medical documentation of a positive COVID-19 test, then the employee will be exempt from having to be tested for a period of 3 months.

Please contact HR with any questions related to testing protocols. If you need to adapt your work schedule, please work with your immediate supervisor.

This employee benefit was added in response to the faculty and staff surveys conducted at the end of the academic year. We are also mindful of the significant increase in cases in our community and want to ensure that our employees feel safe and secure.

Typically, test results will be received between 1-3 days.

Results will be provided to you via a secure portal. Results will also be provided to W&J Human Resources and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

No, you are not required to take a test. However, you will be required to fill out the daily employee screening. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been notified that you have been in contact with someone who tested positive you should not come to campus.

No, if you are telecommuting 100% of the time, you are not required to take a COVID-19 test.