Friday, November 26, 2021

Vaccination Attestation Reminder

As a reminder, individuals who plan on coming to campus and/or participating in any in-person Carleton activities must attest to their vaccination status prior to their arrival on campus.

An individual is fully vaccinated if they have received the full series of a vaccine or a combination of vaccines approved by Health Canada and they received their last dose at least 14 days before the date of their attestation. Please visit the Carleton COVID-19 website for more detail on meeting vaccination requirements.

Individuals are only considered fully vaccinated if they received their last dose at least 14 days before the date of their attestation.

To attest to being vaccinated:

  • Log into cuScreen
  • Click on “Report your latest vaccination status”
  • Carefully read each question and answer appropriately
  • Upload proof of vaccination (vaccine dose administration receipts or equivalent documents), preferably in PDF format

To assist with planning purposes, all members of the Carleton University community are encouraged to complete the vaccination attestation form and submit their documents as soon as possible even if you are not planning to participate in in-person activities at this time.

Vaccination Documents

Please visit Carleton’s COVID-19 website for details on meeting the university’s vaccination requirements.

Vaccination dose administration receipts are available from most government websites. Individuals who received their vaccine in Ontario can download their proof of vaccination through Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccination website. Individuals who received their vaccine in Quebec can download their proof of vaccine through the Government of Quebec’s website.

International students must upload a copy of both the original language proof of vaccination documentation and an officially translated copy.

Any false information or misrepresentation on the mandatory attestation form is a violation of university policy that will be taken very seriously.

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in the Community

Drop-in vaccinations are available for those eligible for first, second or third doses at any community clinic, pop-up clinic or neighbourhood vaccination hub in Ottawa during their hours of operation.

Various other locations offer the vaccine in Ottawa such as select pharmacies, clinics for Inuit populations and mobile vaccine clinics for workplacesVaccination for homebound people is also offered.

For more information regarding Carleton’s response to COVID-19, please visit the Carleton University COVID-19 website. Thank you for continuing to do your part to help keep the Carleton community safe.

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