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Responding to H1N1 at Memorial

Memorial University is committed to providing the safest possible environment for students, faculty and staff. The university continues to address the impact of the H1N1 situation on our community.

The H1N1 clinic on Memorial's St. John's campus is now closed. Please see Eastern Health for information on other immunization clinics in the region.

See Important Updates for news on student absences.



Memorial's H1N1 strategy

Memorial University will continue to monitor the H1N1 flu pandemic. The university response is being guided by a flu pandemic plan that was formulated over the summer by committees with university-wide representation from our three campuses. The plan addresses academic matters, student health issues and general prevention initiatives, business continuity planning and human resource matters, among others.

Our goal is to optimize protection of our people, assets and reputation; minimize disruptions to the teaching, research and business activities; and to return to a state of normalcy as quickly as possible.

This site provides updates that relate to Memorial's response, and links to sites where you may find relevant health advice and information. Please check back regularly.





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