FREE COVID-19 VACCINE CLINICS
Open to all students, faculty, and staff in the MLK Building Pauley Ballroom.
June Vaccine Clinics
9 -11 am and 1-3 pm
- Tuesdays: Moderna/mRNA and Johnson & Johnson
- Wednesdays: Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson
- Thursdays: Johnson & Johnson
**June 21 Johnson & Johnson clinic at RSF from 8am-5pm (walk-ins only, no prescheduled appointments)
July Vaccine Clinics
- Tuesdays - 1-3 pm - Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, walk-ins welcome
- Thursdays - 1-3 pm - Pfizer Johnson & Johnson, walk-ins welcome
August Vaccine Clinics
- We will have large vaccine clinics to accommodate those returning to campus
- Dates and times to be posted in July
- Appointments can be booked closer to August, walk-ins also welcome
Upload your outside vaccine records to eTang.
Students, faculty and staff who received the vaccine outside of UHS are encouraged to upload a record of their vaccination to eTang. Taking action now to upload records will help as we continue to plan for the return to campus efforts. If you got a vaccine at UHS you do not need to upload records.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements
As of June 12, the campus recently announced that the University of California will move forward with a vaccine mandate. What this means for students at this time is that:
The effective date for policy compliance will be Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021, two weeks before the UC Berkeley fall term begins.
The policy will allow for narrow medical exemptions consistent with CDC guidance and manufacturer labeling on contraindications and precautions. As with other policies and, in accordance with relevant federal and California law, faculty, staff and students will also be eligible to request disability accommodations and exceptions based on religious belief. Additional information will be outlined broadly in the general implementation guidance and in detail in location-specific guidance by mid-July.
Those with approved exemptions or accommodations may return to campus with the requirement that they remain masked in all public settings and comply with the campus testing plan, which at a minimum will be weekly.
- Those that are in the process of getting their vaccination or not yet fully vaccinated may return to campus with the requirement that they remain masked in all public settings and comply with the campus testing plan, which at a minimum will be weekly until they are considered fully vaccinated (14 days after final vaccine dose).
If you received the vaccine at an off-campus vaccination site, you will need to upload a record of your vaccination to the secure eTang portal as soon as you have received your last dose and have a complete vaccination card. If you were vaccinated on campus, no further action is required.
COVID-19 vaccines and other non-COVID vaccines may now be administered without regard to timing.
COVID-19 vaccines can now be administered at the same time as other vaccines. Previously it was recommended that COVID-19 vaccines be administered alone, with a minimum interval of 14 days before or after administration of any other vaccines. This was out of an abundance of caution and not due to any known safety or immunogenicity concerns. However, substantial data have now been collected regarding the safety of COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized by FDA for use under EUA.