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Important Updates

H1N1 poster of hands washing

This website contains information relative to Memorial's response to H1N1. For public health information, see links on the bottom of this page.

Updates are also made to the Frequently Asked Questions and Student, Faculty, and Staff pages of this site. See the menu on the left of this page to find information specific to you.

January 2010

H1N1 Policy no longer in effect: The policy Memorial University implemented in September of 2009, with respect to the relaxation of medical notes for students who may experience influenza like illness, and the ability for students to self-report such illness, will no longer be in effect. Individual faculties/schools will revert to normal practices with respect to any requirements for medical notes related to academic leniency effective January 5, 2010. For more information, please speak with your instructor.

December 2009

Student absences during the final examination period: information about students self-reporting flu-like illness on Banner will be released to academic units in lieu of a medical note.

H1N1 clinic takes its last jabs, but emergency work must continue

November 2009

Nov. 10: Message to parents regarding H1N1 at Memorial

News Release, Nov. 3 - Memorial University managing through H1N1 pandemic

Information Sessions on H1N1 and Memorial's response have been held on the St. John's, Corner Brook and Marine Institute campuses.


On campus vaccination clinics? In October, Eastern Health engaged officials at Memorial in discussions about utilizing the university as a satellite site for vaccinating students, faculty and staff on the St. John's and Marine Institute campuses. When and if arrangements are finalized, information regarding scheduling, location, eligibility and other related details will be posted here and circulated promptly.

Note: The H1N1 vaccine will NOT be available through the campus student health clinic.

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