On-campus vaccine clinic scheduled April 13 for students, faculty and staff

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Hundreds of students, faculty and staff received their first COVID-19 vaccine shots at a clinic on the Summerville Campus before Spring Break.

Augusta University is offering another on-campus vaccine clinic from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13 in the JSAC Ballroom.

This is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to receive the vaccine without having to travel to an offsite location, and all are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.

Appointments are required and are scheduled in 15-minute slots. Register online through MyAugusta.

If you cannot make the April 13 on-campus clinic, note that you can also register for an offsite vaccination clinic via Augusta University Health.

While the vaccine offers hope for a return to normal, it is important that we continue to follow public health guidance and safety precautions by avoiding large gatherings, wearing our masks and washing our hands. Please remain vigilant to ensure not only your health, but also the health of our greater AU community.

If you have any questions about the vaccine, visit these resources:

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Heather Henley

Heather Henley is Director of News and Information at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-4706 or hhenley@augusta.edu.

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