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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

This page is updated regularly as new information becomes available. Last updated: 9/14/2021.

 

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  •  New clinic dates posted for September. Learn more.
  • Fall 2021 update: 'Runners strongly encouraged to get vaccinated for COVID-19. Learn more.
To safeguard the Roadrunner community, the UTSA Public Health Task Force strongly encourages all students, faculty, and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This recommendation is made with input from UTSA's Public Health Expert Advisory Group, which specializes in the fields of public health, infectious disease, and epidemiology.

 

Roadrunners, a wide variety of COVID-19 vaccine opportunities are available to the campus community to make finding an appointment as easy as possible. Getting vaccinated is an important step you can take to protect your health and the health of your family, friends and loved ones. The vaccines are safe, effective and side effects are generally mild and only last a few days.

Options for vaccine appointments include Main Campus clinics as well as state and local vaccine providers. Explore the resources below for details about UTSA's on-campus clinics and our vaccine incentive program, answers to FAQs, and other helpful information. 


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On-Campus Clinics

Register for appointments at Main Campus clinics

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Mobile Alerts Opt-In

Never miss out on vaccine opportunities for Roadrunners

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Birds Up, Sleeves Up Toolkit

Download digital content to promote vaccines for 'Runners

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State & Local Options

Explore opportunities at vaccine hubs, pharmacies and more

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to vaccine, medical and policy questions

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COVID-19 Campaign Toolkit

Faculty, staff and student workers are encouraged to use this toolkit to develop effective and brand-compliant communication and marketing tools for the Do Your Part campaign and the Birds Up, Sleeves Up vaccination campaign.

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