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VCU’s spring term will look a lot different. Here are key dates and changes to keep in mind.
More than 7 in 10 say they are likely to get a vaccine, according to a new statewide poll conducted by the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs.
Students in the clinical years of their training, in health programs that are involved in patient care and students in patient-facing environments will begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines Jan 12.
The university hopes to resume in-person instruction on or before March 8.
As recipients of National Health Service Corps Scholarships, VCU students Kelly Cheung and Zachary Mayo are improving access to medical care.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert says vaccines might be available for the general public in April, estimates a 70-85% vaccination rate to achieve herd immunity and emphasizes the importance of Black and brown Americans getting vaccinated.
Thanks to a forgotten action years ago, Saunders recently was called on to save a stranger’s life.
Does the COVID-19 vaccine alter your DNA? Was it rushed through approval, cutting corners when it comes to safety? Here are answers to some of the most common vaccine rumors.
The Class of 2023's 184 students were welcomed to the MCV Campus with an orientation week that began with Roll Call and culminated in the White Coat Ceremony where they heard from keynote speaker Clifford L. Deal, M'00, H'05. Photo credit: Kevin Morley, VCU University Marketing