UA Little Rock to Hold Covid-19 Pfizer Booster Shot Clinic Oct. 19

UA Little Rock nursing students give COVID19 vaccinations to students during a clinic on campus.

UA Little Rock will offer its first Covid-19 booster shot clinic for Pfizer’s vaccine on Tuesday, Oct. 19.

In partnership with Don’s Pharmacy, the booster clinic will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Donaghey Student Center Ledbetter Hall A and B. Booster shots will be given for up to 300 people. Visit this online form to schedule your COVID-19 booster shot appointment.

Clinic participants should bring a photocopy of the front of their insurance card, an immunization consent form, and the original Covid-19 vaccination card.

Those who are eligible for a booster shot received a Pfizer vaccine by April 19 and are in one of the following categories: 65 years or older, 18+ with an underlying medical condition, 18+ who work in high-risk settings, or 18+ who live in high-risk settings.

All UA Little Rock employees meet the category of those who are 18+ and working in high-risk settings. UA Little Rock students should visit this website to determine their eligibility for the booster shot.

People who received a Covid-19 vaccination from Moderna or Johnson & Johnson are not eligible for a booster shot during this clinic. Additional booster shot clinics will be offered in the future.

Additional booster clinics will be offered in the future. You can visit the Arkansas Department of Health website to find other available locations for a Covid-19 vaccine booster shot.

Visit UA Little Rock Health Services for more information.

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