UToledo to Host Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic April 1

March 24, 2021 | COVID-19, News, UToday
By Tyrel Linkhorn

The University of Toledo, in partnership with The University of Toledo Medical Center, will begin distributing COVID-19 vaccines directly to faculty, staff and students with the first mass vaccination clinic scheduled for Thursday, April 1, in Savage Arena.

A limited number of vaccines will be available for UToledo employees and students age 18 and above. The clinic is not open to the general public and advance registration is required.

The University will schedule additional clinics in the coming weeks as more vaccine doses become available.

Employees and students will soon receive a notification through their UToledo email address allowing them to schedule an appointment at the April 1 clinic, which will take place from 5 to 9 p.m.

Appointments are first-come, first-served, and those vaccinated on April 1 must be available to receive their second dose on April 22.

Because of the limited number of vaccines available at this first event, students and employees who have already signed up for vaccinations elsewhere are asked to keep those appointments.

The University will collect insurance information, but participants will not have any out-of-pocket expenses.

Information about additional vaccine clinics for students and employees will be shared as it becomes available.

UTMC will continue to serve as one of Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccination sites providing vaccines to the general public though its partnership with the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department.

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