UNB Saint John hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinic

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On Thursday, September 23, thanks to a partnership between the UNB Student Health Centre and Jean Coutu Pharmacy, students can receive their first or second dose of the vaccine against COVID-19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vaccination clinic will be held on September 23 in Ganong Hall. (Wolfgang Duchtel/The Baron)

Vaccination clinic

The vaccines will be administered in the Ganong Hall building in rooms 138, 139, 140, and 141 (the Breakout rooms).

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Booking an appointment

To book an appointment, students will need to email their full name, date of birth, Medicare/health card number, and indicate if they want their first or second dose to behealthy@unb.ca. If a student is requesting their second vaccine dose, they need to add the date and type of vaccine to the previous information. 

There is no charge for the vaccine.

Be prepared for your appointment

Before getting the vaccine, students must bring their Medicare card (or another acceptable form of identification if not possible) and a consent form filled out. For students receiving their second dose, they must bring their COVID-19 record of immunization.

To make the process easier, it is encouraged that students wear a short-sleeved shirt or top with easy-to-roll-up sleeves the day of the appointment.The clinic staff will answer questions and have printed out consent forms if students are unable to access or print the online version. More information can be found on the GNB COVID Vaccine website.