University Health Center Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccines; Walk-Ins Available

May 10, 2021 | COVID-19, News, UToday
By Tyrel Linkhorn

Faculty, staff and students are now able to receive the single-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at the University Health Center on Main Campus.

No appointments are needed. Individuals can walk in and receive the vaccine Monday through Friday from noon to 4 p.m. The Health Center is currently closed on Saturday and Sunday for summer break.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is available exclusively for current employees and students age 18 or older. Because the vaccine provides full protection after one dose, no follow-up appointment is needed.

Individuals need to bring their Rocket ID and provide insurance information. However, there is no out-of-pocket expense to receive the vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccination is not required by The University of Toledo, but it is highly encouraged in order to advance the health and safety of employees, students, families and patients.

COVID-19 vaccines will be available on campus throughout the summer as supply lasts.

The University Health Center also will continue to offer other immunizations for current UToledo students, faculty and staff throughout the summer months, including MMR, meningitis and hepatitis B.

The University Health Center provides primary care and urgent care services for acute illnesses, such as colds, ear infections and strep throat. Services also include physical exams, including sexual health and allergy injections. Scheduled and walk-in appointments are available. However, if individuals are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, they are asked to call the office ahead of time to set up a telehealth visit.

To schedule an appointment or for more information, call 419.530.3451.

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