Staff and faculty who have been vaccinated outside of a Duke employee vaccination clinic should let Duke Employee Occupational Health & Wellness know they received the vaccination by submitting their documentation here.
Duke employee vaccination clinics where document reporting is not needed are the Blue Devil Tower (through May 18, 2021) and Duke Raleigh Hospital Medical Office Building 9. After May 18, the Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center will be included among the clinics where staff and faculty would not need to submit documentation.
However, a Duke employee who makes an appointment through Duke Health to get vaccinated at Karsh may not get captured as an employee in the medical records system - unless they self-identify as such - and would need to submit documentation.
Reporting vaccination documentation will help in contact tracing efforts. In addition, staff and faculty traveling on Duke business must report that they are fully vaccinated. How to send documentation:
- For faculty and staff, upload a picture of their completed vaccination card through the confidential Duke VAXTrax online form.
- For students, email a photo of your vaccination card to Student Health at email@example.com after your vaccine series is completed.
“It’s so helpful to know if you have been vaccinated, so we know how vulnerable you are should you come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 symptoms,” said Dr. Carol Epling, director of Duke Employee Occupational Health & Wellness (EOHW). “We want you to be safe.”
Duke staff, faculty and students who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccination can still schedule an appointment to receive their free doses at Duke vaccination clinics.