In an effort to increase vaccine accessibility and promote public health, Student Health Services is now offering COVID-19 vaccines to individuals aged 12 and older. The vaccines are available from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and no appointment is necessary.
Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are being administered at Student Health Services, providing options for individuals who may have preference or receive one brand as a second dose. This flexibility allows people to choose the vaccine that suits their needs.
In addition to the university’s health services, the WVU Urgent Care at Suncrest Towne Center is also administering COVID-19 vaccines from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. This extended availability ensures that individuals have multiple options to receive their vaccine at a time that is convenient for them.
To receive a COVID-19 vaccine, individuals need to bring their insurance card and a valid ID. This information is required to ensure accurate documentation and billing.
It is important for everyone to remain vigilant and monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza. These symptoms can often mimic those of a common cold. If individuals experience any symptoms or believe they may have been exposed to the virus, it is recommended to visit a healthcare provider for further evaluation and guidance.
Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is a crucial step in protecting oneself and the community from the virus. By providing easy access to vaccines, Student Health Services and WVU Urgent Care are playing a significant role in the vaccination effort. Remember, vaccination is the key to a safer and healthier future.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Can I walk-in to get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Yes, appointments are not necessary. You can simply walk-in to the Student Health Services or WVU Urgent Care during their operating hours to receive the vaccine.
2. Which COVID-19 vaccines are available at Student Health Services?
Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available at Student Health Services. You can choose the vaccine that suits your preference.
3. What do I need to bring with me to get the vaccine?
To receive the COVID-19 vaccine, you will need to bring your insurance card and a valid ID. This information is required for documentation and billing purposes.
4. How can I monitor for COVID-19 and influenza symptoms?
COVID-19 and influenza symptoms can often resemble those of a common cold. It is important to be vigilant and monitor for symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, and body aches. If you experience any symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to the virus, it is recommended to visit a healthcare provider for further evaluation and guidance.