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Published February 09, 2021
The University of Wyoming’s Student Health Service will conduct a flu shot clinic in the Wyoming Union’s West Ballroom Friday, Feb. 12, from 1:30-4 p.m. for UW students on a first-come, first-served basis, with no appointment needed.
Students should take their WyoOne ID cards or know their W numbers.
The clinic is unable to provide flu vaccines to faculty, staff or the public.
Flu shots are $25 each and will be charged to the students’ accounts. For those students who have the student medical insurance offered through UW, the flu vaccine is covered, and Student Health Service will bill the student medical insurance for students. Students who have other insurance coverage can request a charge statement the following week and can use that statement to self-submit to their own insurance for reimbursement.
If students are not able to attend the flu shot clinic, shots also are available at Student Health Service by appointment while supplies last. Call 766-2130 to schedule an appointment.
Mask use and social distancing are required per UW policy, and students should not come to campus if they do not have a green COVID Pass; if they are feeling ill; if they’re quarantining due to COVID-19 exposure; or if they’re isolating due to current infection with COVID-19.