Important Deadline Reminder: All eligible students must upload proof of their booster to MyHealth Portal by the deadline of Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
- Already Submitted?: If you have already uploaded your documentation, thank you!
- Not Sure?: If you don’t remember if you have submitted your booster information go to your MyHealth Portal and view “images” to check your COVID-19 vaccination submissions.
- Haven’t Yet?: If you have not yet uploaded your information to your MyHealth Portalplease do so!
Eligibility for a Booster
The vaccine you received for your initial vaccination determines when you are eligible to get a booster:
- Johnson & Johnson: Age 18 or older and at least two (2) months after your single dose.
- Moderna: Age 18 or older and at least five (5) months after your second dose.
- Pfizer: Age 12 or older and at least five (5) months after your second dose.
Please note: If you have completed isolation for a COVID-19 infection, you are eligible to receive a COVID-19 booster, you do not need to wait! View Info from the CDC.
There has been some confusion about a recent announcement by Governor Phil Murphy about the relaxation of some State mask policies in mid March. This does not affect higher education institutions. Montclair State’s mask policy remains in effect. The University community will be notified if any adjustments are made to the current university policy.
A reminder the spring 2022 mask policy is still in effect:
- All students, employees, contractors and visitors are required to follow this policy. It applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. The procedures below allow masks to be removed in some circumstances, but individuals are always free to wear a mask at any time on University property.
- Everyone who comes to any university facility must wear a multilayer face covering, regardless of whether the person has been vaccinated for COVID-19. The mask must cover both the nose and mouth
- Masks must be worn at all times indoors, except when alone in a private room. You may remove your mask briefly when eating and drinking, but only when you are able to keep at least 6 feet of distance between you and the others.
- Masks must be worn at all times inside University vehicles, including buses and shuttles.
- A limited number of exceptions may be permitted, including allowing performers on stage and intercollegiate athletes engaging in sports activities to remove their masks. Such exemptions will be based on established best practices and approved by the Presidential Advisory Committee.
- Masks are required outdoors in crowded settings or when participating in outdoor activities that involve close contact with other people.
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