COVID-19 Vaccination Resources
Learn where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine in Milwaukee.
Updated October 21, 2021
- At this time, there two active positive COVID-19 cases in the MIAD community.
- MIAD is not conducting large-scale on-campus COVID-19 testing at this time. Students who would like a test or are symptomatic should contact email@example.com. Do not contact Marquette University health services for testing.
- In August, 2021, MIAD conducted a vaccination participation survey, showing that at least 88% of the MIAD community is vaccinated. Based on the survey and on-campus vaccinations, we estimate that 92% are partially or fully vaccinated at this time.
- MIAD has conducted approximately 1,445 on-campus COVID-19 tests as of March 2021, with 14 positive results, or a 0.97% positivity rate per test.
- 27 cases are now considered inactive (since August 2020).
On-Campus Test & Positivity History
FALL 2021 COVID-19 POSITIVITY HISTORY
October 21, 2021: 2 known positive active cases, 1 new
October 14, 2021: 1 known positive active case, 1 new
October 7, 2021: 0 known positive active cases
September 30, 2021: 0 known positive active cases
September 23, 2021: 1 known positive active case, 0 new
September 16, 2021: 2 known positive active cases, 0 new
September 9, 2021: 3 known positive active cases, 2 new
September 2, 2021: 1 known positive active case, 1 new
August 26, 2021: 2 known positive active cases, 1 new
August 19, 2021: 1 known positive active case, 1 new
ON-CAMPUS TEST HISTORY
March 31, 2021: 35 new tests, 0 positive
March 24, 2021: 46 new tests, 0 positive
March 17, 2021: 55 new tests, 0 positive
March 3, 2021: 73 new tests, 0 positive
February 24, 2021: 70 new tests, 0 positive
February 17, 2021: 71 new tests, 0 positive
February 10, 2021: 65 new tests, 0 positive
February 3, 2021: 82 new tests, 2 positive
January 27, 2021: 74 new tests, 0 positive
January 20, 2021: 70 new tests, 1 positive
January 11, 2021: 96 new tests, 0 positive
November 30, 2020: 152 new tests, 0 positive
November 16, 2020: 82 new tests, 2 positive
November 9, 2020: 83 new tests, 2 positive
November 5, 2020: 111 new tests, 6 positive
October 26, 2020: 91 new tests, 0 positive
October 19, 2020: 92 new tests, 1 positive
October 12, 2020: 99 new tests, 2 positive
Updated August 14, 2021
WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE COVID-19 Symptoms,
have been exposed to COVID-19,
or have tested positive for COVID-19?
MIAD uses CDC guidelines and works directly with the Milwaukee Health Department to determine the proper course of action for each exposure, for contact tracing, isolation, and quarantine. Guidance changes regularly, so the first step for anyone in the MIAD community is to contact the following:
- Students: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Employees: Contact Dusty Hoot, email@example.com
Our COVID-19 Response Team will work with you and the Milwaukee Health Department to determine the proper course of action. This chart will help you understand the current protocols, as of July 29,2021. Use this chart to assist you understand the current COVID-19 protocols:
MIAD continues its commitment to maintaining a safe working and learning environment. A survey of MIAD faculty, staff and students was completed in August 2021 and the results show that 88% of the MIAD community is fully or partially vaccinated, much higher than the surrounding community. New CDC guidance recommends that in any county with a high rate of transmission, citizens wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.
Milwaukee County, as well as adjoining counties, are currently classified as high risk. While vaccines are highly effective at preventing serious illness and death from the Delta variant, there is evidence of increased risk for vaccinated individuals carrying and transmitting the virus.
To align with CDC guidelines, MIAD has revised its policy as of September 10, 2021. View the full MIAD Face Mask Policy here. A summary is below:
The general rule: If you are in the presence of another person inside the MIAD building, you are required to wear a mask or an acrylic shield.
- Individuals who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated will continue to wear masks at all times, except while alone in a private office.
- Individuals who are fully vaccinated will wear masks or face shields in occupied classrooms, labs, meeting spaces, common areas, or any other densely populated indoor space.
- In an area, studio, lab, or classroom with low occupancy, masks can be removed as long as no one else is within 6 feet.
- Individuals meeting one-on-one and who wear a protective acrylic shield may remove their mask.
- Faculty can lecture, or students may present, without a mask if behind a protective acrylic shield or wearing a face shield.
- Students may remove their masks within their private residence apartments.
- Masks can be removed while sitting down and eating. While walking with food or drink, continue to wear a mask.
- Food service staff will be subject to any local Health Department requirements that supersede this policy.
- Masks are not required outdoors, but students and staff should use common sense social distancing precautions, even outdoors.
- Faculty or staff may ask anyone not complying with these rules to leave the classroom/lab/area. If a student is removed from a class for not wearing a mask, it can be considered an unexcused absence from class. Any concerns with faculty or staff should be directed to the Director of Human Resources.
- Construction sites temporarily become the property of the contractor; contractors will determine the proper mask policy for their employees within those spaces. Construction workers outside of the designated construction site will follow the MIAD mask policy on campus.
- Campus visitors will wear masks during their visit, regardless of vaccination status.
MIAD senior leadership will continue to monitor the situation in Milwaukee weekly and make adjustments as necessary throughout the academic year. MIAD will follow CDC guidelines for Milwaukee and adjoining counties.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus Disease 2019
- From the World Health Organization
- World Health Organization Daily Reports
- From the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
- City of Milwaukee Health Department
- Tips for Coping with Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Concerns
- CDC Travel Guide
- Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to “flatten the curve”