The Georgetown University Library and organizers of Georgetown University's Human Rights Summit invite you to attend an artist talk with Nabil Salih for his photography exhibition A Requiem for Baghdad: Postcards from a Crime Scene. Mr. Salih will lead a tour of the exhibition, providing insights and personal stories about his beautiful yet haunting photographs that show the everyday lives of survivors in a wounded city.
VISITORS to GEORGETOWN MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND THIS EVENT
Georgetown University looks forward to your upcoming visit. To help protect the health and safety of the Georgetown community, including our guests, all visitors ages 12 and older to University-owned or operated buildings must have received a primary series (e.g., two doses of an mRNA vaccine) and, when eligible, an additional dose of a COVID-19 vaccine (first booster), or attest to having a medical or religious exemption from being vaccinated.
Please follow the steps below that are required before your visit.
- Step #1: Anytime between now and the day before your visit, please submit documentation showing you have received the primary series and an additional dose of a vaccine authorized for emergency use or granted approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Acceptable proof of vaccination includes, but is not limited to:
- CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Card
- WHO Vaccine Booklet
- Documentation provided by a healthcare organization or country
Note: If you attest to having an appropriate medical or religious reason for not being vaccinated, you will be able to indicate this as part of Step #1 and proceed with the process required to visit our campus.
- Step #2: Assuming successful completion of Step 1, you will receive a short health attestation form via email on the morning of the event date (for multiday events, you will receive this email on the FIRST DAY of the event ONLY, regardless which day you are attending). Please complete this form, attesting that you are symptom free before coming to campus. If you indicate any symptoms consistent with COVID-19, you will not be permitted to visit a Georgetown-owned or managed campus or building until you are symptom free.
Your event or meeting host will be able to monitor your progress on Step #1 above, and they may contact you if they see if you have not yet completed this step ahead of your scheduled time on campus. While event hosts are not provided information about your COVID-19 vaccination or your religious or medical exemption from vaccination, they are notified if you have reported having COVID-19 symptoms.