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COVID-19 Vaccines

Authorized COVID-19 vaccines have been proven to be highly effective at preventing the COVID-19 infection, particularly severe illnesses and death. To safeguard yourself and those around you from COVID-19, we strongly encourage all members of the UT community to receive the vaccine. For assistance in determining if you are up to date with current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, please refer to this page.

UHS is currently not administering COVID-19 vaccines. However, vaccines are still accessible within the community. Please utilize the CDC vaccine search tool to locate the nearest vaccine administration site.

Additionally, COVID-19 emergency declarations ended as of May 11, 2023. Because of this, COVID-19 vaccines are no longer subsidized by the U.S. government. Through the Bridge Access Program, individuals who are uninsured or underinsured can access the vaccine for free. There are several Bridge Access Program participants conveniently located off-campus that do, including:

Effective September 1st, 2023 — Senate Bill 29 added Chapter 81B to the Texas Health & Safety Code. It bars government entities from imposing face-covering or vaccine mandates or closing private businesses and schools due to COVID-19.


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