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04/19/21 - COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

To: Faculty, Staff and Students
From: Interim Provost Ande Durojaiye
Date:  4/19/21
Subject: NKU COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Dear Campus Community,

NKU has received COVID-19 vaccines from the Commonwealth to distribute to students, faculty, staff and family members age 16 and older. Unlike prior events, you do not have to be a Kentucky resident to receive the vaccine.

Health, Counseling and Student Wellness– in partnership with the College of Health and Human Services, Safety and Emergency Management and IT– will be providing Pfizer vaccines at the clinic. Details are below:

  • NKU’s COVID 19 Vaccine Clinic takes place on April 22 (first dose) and May 13 (second dose) in “The Vault” at BB&T Arena from 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. 
  • You must register for an appointment: https://covid19vac.nku.edu/
  • There is no cost for the vaccine, but we ask that you bring your health insurance and a photo ID or your NKU AllCard. Facial coverings and social distancing measures will be required.
  • Parking is located in Lot O. Call (859) 572-5650 with questions.

Also remember, anyone in the Greater Cincinnati area can take advantage of free Lyft rides for vaccination appointments. Six area healthcare systems are working with United Way to sponsor these rides in both Kentucky and Ohio. For more information, please click here.

As more of our campus community becomes vaccinated, we must not let our guard down. Cases are rising across the country, and our best defense is to continue wearing facial coverings, social distancing and using proper health hygiene. Complete the COVID-19 self-screen on the Healthy@NKU app before coming to campus. If you are sick, please stay home and contact your health care provider. All these important strategies are part of our Norse Nine principles designed to keep our campus well.

Thank you all for working to keep our community safe and healthy.

Sincerely,

Ande Durojaiye

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