ETSU Health Vaccine Clinic Update
ETSU Health will continue to offer opportunities for members of the community who are 18 and
older to receive the free, one-dose Janssen Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at various locations throughout the Appalachian Highlands.
- June 23, 24, 25
D.P. Culp Student Center - second floor
(NO APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
Enter on the second floor entrance off of Seehorn Road (below the third-floor ramp) and follow signs to the vaccine clinic.
For more information about the ETSU Health vaccine clinic, call 423-439-EVAX (3829). Patients with questions about the vaccine should contact their physician. We hope that all members of the ETSU community will get vaccinated as soon as possible.
To find a vaccine location near you, visit: Vaccinefinder.org
Following a pause of the Janssen Johnson & Johnson vaccine and a thorough safety review, the CDC and the FDA determined that the recommended pause of the vaccine in the U.S. should be lifted and use of the vaccine should resume. The FDA has determined that the available data show that the vaccine’s known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks in individuals 18 years of age and older. More details about the decision is available here.
Currently there are no COVID-19 vaccination requirements for faculty, staff, and students. Immunization requirements for incoming students are available on the University Health Center website.
How can I learn more?
Visit this page frequently for updates and resources from the Medical Response Team.
- Ballad Health Vaccine Workgroup Newsletter (December 2020)
- Ballad Health Vaccine Workgroup newsletter archive
- CDC: Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines
*The Medical Response Team consists of experts from East Tennessee State University’s health sciences colleges helping the university navigate important decisions and policies to protect the health and safety of the campus community and ETSU Health clinics during the COVID-19 pandemic.