Registration Opens for Campus COVID Vaccine Clinics
COVID-19 Vaccines Available to Ages 16+ Starting Sunday
Wednesday, Missoula Health Officer Ellen Leahy announced that the county will open COVID-19 vaccine availability to all residents age 16 and older beginning Sunday, March 28. In response to this information, your campus vaccination planning team has moved a previously announced clinic scheduled for April 1 to instead occur on Sunday, March 28.
It is important to us to be able to offer vaccinations to our community members as soon as we are able. Two additional clinics are scheduled for March 29 and April 2, and registration for all of them is open now. Over the next week, more than 3,000 doses are available for the UM family. UM students and employees, as well as their partners, spouses and household members, are encouraged to schedule an appointment.
All UM clinics will take place in the north end of the Adams Center on campus. Click the links below to sign up:
A Conversation about COVID-19 Vaccines and Vaccine Safety
The campus community is invited to join Dr. Jay Evans, research professor and director of UM’s Center for Translational Medicine, and Sophia Newcomer, UM assistant professor of epidemiology, for a conversation about vaccine development and vaccine safety. If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, please plan to join this Zoom webinar. No preregistration required, simply click to link below to join:
Note: The session is limited to 500 participants, but a recording will be available on UM’s coronavirus website soon after the event concludes.
Missoula County Vaccine Progress
More than 50,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Missoula County, and close to 18,000 residents are fully immunized according to the county vaccine distribution dashboard. Missoula County vaccine information, including provider information, is on the county website.