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Panicking Over Vaccines 3 Weeks until School Starts!!!

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JamieSch123 is a CNA and specializes in Home Health.

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beekindRN is a ASN, RN and specializes in ICU.

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My school said that this would "exclude" you from starting this semester, and you'd have to reapply for the following semester. 

I, like you, missed my timeline for vaccinations. I was in the middle of planning for a wedding I wasn't sure I wanted and a very close family member was dying.

I spoke with our dean and she accepted my "late" vaccines with a slap on the wrist, provided I had proof of appointments or attempts to get said vaccinations. 

Good luck, OP! It's probably nothing more than a wake-up call.

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Luchador has 5 years experience as a CNA, EMT-B.

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2 hours ago, MiladyMalarkey said:

Same story at my college, as long as you had proof you started the series you were good.

Mine as well. I feel bad for the original poster. The person that can give her the answer she needs is sitting on a beach right now having a fruity rum drink near Tulum

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RN-to- BSN has 6 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in SCRN.

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On 8/1/2019 at 5:06 PM, FolksBtrippin said:

Schools have different requirements. In my school, as long as you had started the series, you were fine. 

It was the same in my school,too.

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Tenebrae has 8 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Mental Health, Gerontology, Palliative.

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what does your school say?

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JamieSch123 is a CNA and specializes in Home Health.

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Finally heard from the director. She says I'm all set to start clinical!

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At my school you can waive Hep B (though it is not recommended to do so) or as long as you start the series you’re good. 

Most schools don’t have a whole ton of time between “contrats here’s your letter” “get your titers!” “Whoops! You’re not immune and the HepB  series is 6m...” 

 

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