COVID-19 VACCINATION APPOINTMENT REQUEST
The Health Center is experiencing a large number of requests for COVID-19 booster shots. They are currently working through each request and will respond to all emails, requests, and calls in the order they were received. All slots for December 9 have been filled and they are working on adding dates in the coming weeks, which will be posted once available. Thank you for your patience. The vaccine request form will return when more appointments are available.
A phone call or email confirmation for the vaccination appointment will be delivered within 24 hours. Submissions sent on Friday or over the weekend will be addressed on Monday. Appointments are scheduled in sequential order. Though you will be able to choose which vaccine, you will not be able to choose the time of day for your appointment. This is due to the requirements for managing the doses.
Vaccination Clinic Dates
|Clinic Dates||Vaccines Being Distributed|
|Friday, December 3||Pfizer (Children)|
|Tuesday, December 7||Pfizer Booster Shots (Adult)|
|Thursday, December 9||Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Booster Shots (Adult)|
COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Booster ShotsHealth Services is now offering COVID-19 vaccine shots for children and booster shots for all students, employees, and their dependents who qualify.
- Children Pfizer: ages 5 to 11 (two-shot series three weeks apart).
- Adult Pfizer: 12 and older. Need to be at least six months since the last shot if fully vaccinated.
- Adult Moderna: 18 and older. Need to be at least six months since the last shot if fully vaccinated.
- Johnson & Johnson: 18 and older. Need to be at least two months since first shot.
Vaccine EligibilityPlease note, the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are for patients 18 years old and older. The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for patients 12 years old and older. BYUH vaccine clinics are available to community members not affiliated with the University as well as all BYUH students, including international students, and employees.
Pregnancy and VaccinationsAny medical treatment during pregnancy should be discussed with your OB-GYN doctor. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that in their Moderna clinical trials they did not identify any safety concerns for pregnant people who were vaccinated or for their babies. The CDC does not recommend the administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to pregnant patients due to the risk of blood clots.
COVID-19 Vaccine Request Form
The vaccine request form will return when more appointments are available.