Harvard has announced that people on campus will need to have a new COVID booster if they plan to be on campus for the January session.
Harvard’s Dr. Nguyen, Associate Provost for Campus Health and Wellbeing (and Executive Director of Harvard University Health Services), sent out an announcement via Suzanne Spreadbury, Ph.D. Dean of Academic Programs, for all students requiring a booster for anyone participating on-campus in January and through the Spring semester.
Spreadbury wrote, “I care deeply about you and your degree completion. I’m asking you to act now to help ensure a stress-free January and spring registration. Please don’t delay. Get the new booster now. We had to drop students from their fall courses due to non-compliance, and it was heartbreaking.”
Spreadbury’s student letter concluded, “Thank you for your prompt attention. We deeply appreciate your follow through on this mandatory University-wide policy to keep Harvard healthy.”