In a message from President White dated July 22nd, all employees of DePauw University are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Employees who have a medical or religious reason, or philosophical belief, will be exempted from this requirement, but will be required to follow these protocols:
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated faculty and staff
must wear masks indoors and when around others.
must practice physical distancing.
must be tested once per month or more frequently based on any spread on campus and in the local area. must quarantine if a COVID test is positive. Please refer to the Unvaccinated Employee Testing Policy.
Fully vaccinated individuals will:
no longer be required to wear masks indoors.
not be tested unless needed.
not be required to practice physical distancing.
Employees may submit their vaccination details or exemption information here.
Indiana 211 - Sponsored by Indiana State Department of Health
Indiana 211 is a free, confidential service that connects Hoosiers to local resources and services for food, housing, utility bill support and more across Indiana. If you are eligible to receive a COVID vaccine, operators can help you find an available appointment near you and get you registered.
You’ll speak or text with someone who can help get you what you need.
Text: Your Zip Code to 898-211
(M-F, 8am – 5pm)
General questions from the public or healthcare provider inquiries about COVID-19 may be directed to the Indiana State Department of Health COVID-19 call center at 877-826-0011 (open daily 8am-12am). Visit the ISDH website for the most up to date information about who is eligible to receive vaccinations.
If you live in a state other than Indiana - In some states, helpers are able to assist individuals with registering for the Covid-19 Vaccine. Check with your local health department for additional information.
COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Locator Tool Link on umr.com
The COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Locator tool is now available on our public and secure member portals.
COVID-19 vaccine availability is changing quickly. UMR’s top priorities is helping you and at this point in the vaccine rollout are 1) making sure you know there is $0 cost-share on vaccines through the national public health emergency period, 2) providing resources to help you find key
COVID-19 vaccine information and 3) providing tools to help you navigate when and where to receive a vaccine.
The launch of UMR’s COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Locator which will help you navigate local vaccination planning and find resources for your area to help you take steps toward vaccination. This ZIP code-based tool finds online, public vaccine resources available through state and local health departments as well as national retail pharmacies.
COVID-19 vaccines are an important step in slowing the spread of the disease, and it will take time to make enough vaccines for everyone. Due to the initial limited supply, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local health departments are coordinating who should get vaccinated first and where vaccines are available. This information is developing and varies locally
At this time, the resource locator will not include information available from specific health care providers or physician offices.
UMR Alert: Members Be Aware of Vaccine Fraud and Scams
UMR has seen an increased rate of fraud and scams related to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Please be aware of fraud:
If someone calls, texts, or emails a member promising access to the vaccine for a fee, the member should not share their personal or financial information.
No one should ask a member to pay to put their name on a list to get the vaccine.
No one should ask a member to pay to get early access to a vaccine.
To report suspected fraud call toll-free UMR Fraud Line number (1-800-356-5803).