Change in COVID-19 Reporting Requirements for Employees

In May 2023, the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency was lifted. As a result, proof of COVID-19 vaccination and reporting COVID-19 infection or exposure is no longer required for Immaculata employees. Immaculata strongly urges employees to continue receiving all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended vaccinations and boosters to best protect the health of our community, but employees are no longer required to show proof of vaccination. In addition, reporting COVID-19 infection or exposure is no longer required.

If you contract COVID-19, please continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines Isolation and Precautions for People with COVID-19 | CDC for isolation and management of symptoms.
Please note, absences from work for COVID-19 will be treated the same as any other absence due to illness as outlined in Immaculata’s sick policy. As a reminder, if three or more consecutive days of work are missed due to illness, a doctor’s note is required to return to work. If you would like to review the sick time policy in detail, please go to MYIU, select the IU Policy Manuals tab, and select the file name Vol III – Institution Wide Employee Policies.

If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at or at extension 3077.

Posted: March 18, 2024
Expires: April 30, 2024