Vaccination rates: The University of California requires that UCLA students, faculty and staff who are living, working or learning on campus or at other UCLA properties during the fall 2021 quarter be vaccinated against COVID-19 — with limited exceptions and accommodations for medical reasons or religious beliefs, as well as deferrals for those who are pregnant.

Confirmed cases: Since March 16, 2020, UCLA has provided regular updates on the number of students, faculty and staff — both on and off campus — who have been confirmed by medical professionals to have COVID-19. Consistent with the protocols for infectious disease response, anyone identified within our campus community as being at risk of COVID-19 as a result of exposure to an infected person will be notified if they need to quarantine and be tested. Please keep in mind that multiple cases listed on a single day do not necessarily mean that all those individuals live in the same building.

The following information on vaccination rates and confirmed cases is updated daily (Monday through Friday) at 5 p.m.

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