COVID Vaccine

Vaccination Requirements & Exemptions

All Duke University students, faculty and staff must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination or have an approved medical or religious exemption. Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks and participate in regular surveillance testing until further notice.

Outside Vaccination Reporting

Outside Vaccination Reporting

If you received the COVID-19 vaccine outside of the Duke Employee/Student vaccination clinic (e.g. pharmacy, health department, other institution), please submit your completed vaccination card using the links below so your records can be updated accordingly.  

Submit Report (faculty & staff)

Submit Report (students)

Schedule a vaccination appointment

Options to Get Vaccinated

All students, faculty and staff are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination. Eligible faculty and staff can receive the first, second or Pfizer booster COVID-19 vaccine for free at Blue Devil Tower, Duke University Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital or Duke Raleigh Hospital. Appointments are required (except at DRAH) for vaccination. Specifics about each clinic’s location and operating hours can be found on the Vaccination page. Third dose appointments are also now available by appointment for immunocompromised individuals who meet the CDC criteria

Schedule an Appointment

Check Your Vax Status

Status Check

Students, faculty and staff can now check to ensure their vaccination status has been recorded by Student Health or Employee Health by logging in to the secured Status Check website. If your documentation has not been recorded, you can upload an image of your completed vaccination card. 

Requirements & Exemptions

COVID Vaccine

All Duke University students, faculty and staff must submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination or have an approved medical or religious exemption. Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks and participate in regular surveillance testing until further notice.

How Vaccines Work

The start of the COVID-19 pandemic kicked off a race to develop and deploy safe and effective vaccines. How do vaccines work to protect our health?

Duke Coronavirus Response

Duke Coronavirus Response

Duke Coronavirus Response is where to find the most recent announcements as well as answers to numerous questions about operations, workplace issues, and health matters.