2022 COVID 19 Precautions

Our Commitment to a Safe Learning Environment

The school experience is different than it was before the COVID-19 crisis. Everyone at AlliedRx Institute of Healthcare, including the students, faculty and staff — have a role to play in fostering a safe environment on campus during COVID-19. As guidance, best practices and circumstances evolve, changes in operations, modes of instruction and services at our school may be required. This page serves as your hub for the latest information and resources regarding the pandemic.

COVID-19 Mandates and Requirements

Our students and employees are highly encouraged to get their COVID-19 vaccine and or boosters as an unprecedented spike in Omicron and Delta variant rates are seen within the US.

Face Masks are required in our buildings, classrooms and skills simulation labs. No exceptions will be made.

Masks are required at any school related events or gatherings where physical distancing of 6 feet or more is not possible OR that have more than 50 people. 

COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster Information

Possibly Interested in a vaccine? Our school will continues to offer many resources for our students and community.

To search all vaccination opportunities near you, visit vaccines.gov.

Looking Ahead: Return to Campus Based Learning Spring 2022

Given the spike in COVID-19 cases and variants,  Our institute will continue to monitor the best solutions to ensure safety of our students and staff.

Virtual-Remote Learning and In Person Hands on Skills is now offered as a permanent solution while navigating the COVID-19 pandemic  for students that want even more flexibility in their schedule while pursuing a career in healthcare.

Key Learning Opportunities Offered to all Campus and Virtual-Remote Learning Programs

  • Access to interactive learning platform and apps
  • Flexible learning options
  • Additional National Board Exam Prep

Remote Learning/Skills Lab

There are dozens of variables that could potentially impact any number of our operations including the decision to continue to offer exclusive remote learning and in person skills labs.

Our school is consistently reviewing new guidelines from the CDC, VDH  to make decisions about both safety protocols and school operations. 

Specifically, the the following data supports:

  • The prevalence of COVID-19 in the community and Greater Richmond area including surrounding counties