COVID-Related Protocols & Resources
- All LBCC employees must either be vaccinated, with their
information uploaded to the employee portal, or have an approved
- If you have COVID or COVID-like symptoms, please refrain from
coming onto Campus, and please fill out this form, enclosed
below. An HR Representative will be in contact with you
after you submit this form. Please also reference the attached
guide on this topic.
- For COVID vaccine related questions, please reach out to the
following individuals, within HR:
- To request a vaccine exemption, please fill out either a
medical or religious exemption, based on your
situation. Links, with directions as to how to submit each
form, are enclosed directly below:
On-Campus Health & Safety Information & Update
- Due to Long Beach City’s current status as experiencing low
COVID-19 transmission rates, it is recommended that people wear a
mask based on personal preference, informed by their own personal
level of risk, however, individuals are strongly recommended to
wear a mask for 10 days if they have been exposed.
- The District will continue to make N95 masks available to
employees working on campus.
- The District will continue on-campus contact tracing and
notification should students or employees report COVID-19 cases.
- Plexiglass barriers installed in public-facing areas on
campus, such as at student services windows, will remain in place
to provide additional protection for employees and students.
- Employees off campus or traveling on District business must
comply with the health protocols appropriate for that setting.
- Attendance for outdoor and indoor events/activities no longer
require proof of vaccination, testing, or mask wearing in
alignment with public health orders.
- The District has discontinued the use of door monitors and
the Cleared4 vaccine verification system.
- The District has discontinued the weekly testing for
individuals with vaccine exemptions, in alignment with the Center
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our current low-risk
status, and entry into the endemic phase of COVID-19.