J&J Vaccine Clinics May

Dear undergraduate, graduate, and professional students,

As the semester is winding down and many are ready for summer to begin, we want to take this opportunity to encourage you, if you already haven’t gotten a COVID-19 vaccine, to get one now as appointments and vaccines are more widely available. We are strongly advising anyone still on campus to get a vaccine with us before traveling home, it's important to ensure both your own protection and those around you. Plus, if you are planning to travel, be aware that many border controls will be requiring vaccination for entry.

COVID-19 vaccine appointments available on campus

UHS has appointments open to all students at the Pauley Ballroom over the next two weeks. There are no costs to students.

Vaccines available in the community

Vaccine appointments are widely available in the community.

Got your vaccine already? Upload your records in eTang

Don't forget to update your outside vaccine records to eTang. Taking action now to upload records will help as we plan for the return to more in-person activities campus. If you got a vaccine at UHS you do not need to upload records.

Have questions about vaccines? Join our COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall

On Wednesday, May 5 from 5:30-6:30, join our UHS clinical staff to hear the latest on vaccines and get your questions answered. To join, use this zoom webinar link.

Receiving a vaccine for the virus that causes COVID-19 is THE key step people can take to protect themselves, their friends and family, and our campus communities while helping bring the pandemic to an end... and us back together!

Take care,
Anna Harte, MD
Medical Director
University Health Services

Guy Nicolette, MD, CAQSM
Assistant Vice Chancellor
University Health Services

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