Campus Vaccination Update

Yesterday, 411 vaccines were administered, thanks to Bradley University Health Services, the Department of Nursing and Bradley nursing students for administering the clinic!

Appointments Still Available:

There are still appointments available today. To register for a vaccine appointment, go to Vaccination appointments are available to students, faculty, staff and their family members who are 18 years of age or older.

Dose Savers Needed Again:

Dose savers, individuals without an appointment who are willing to utilize remaining doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, are needed again at 5 p.m. today in Bradley’s Markin Center. This opportunity is open to students, faculty, staff and family members who are 18 years of age or older. Please plan on 30 minutes for your vaccination time.

Bradley clinics are using the Moderna vaccine. Note, all local Johnson and Johnson vaccine clinics have been put on pause.

Please remember, if you are currently in quarantine or isolation, you are not able to come to the vaccination clinics. If you have recently had COVID-19, your symptoms must be resolved for two weeks prior to being vaccinated.

If you already scheduled your first vaccination elsewhere and would like to schedule your first vaccination on-campus instead, please make sure to cancel any other appointments (after securing a new appointment on-campus) to allow others in the community to use the spot. Those already awaiting a second dose of the Moderna vaccine are not allowed to schedule an appointment to receive that second dose through Bradley University.

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