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COVID-19 Vaccine, Testing and Resources

COVID-19 Vaccine

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Available Vaccines

WCU's Health Services offers Moderna vaccines.

Please note, if you match any of the following you are not eligible for the vaccine:

  • You have had a severe allergic reaction causing anaphylaxis (wheezing, trouble breathing, swelling of throat/tongue etc.) after previous COVID-19 vaccine or a component of COVID-19 vaccine to include polyethylene glycol (PEG) or polysorbate.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Pfizer Vaccine

Frequently Asked Questions About the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MODERNA VACCINE

 

 

Vaccine Boosters Available

An updated COVID-19 booster (bivalent) is now available at Health Services.  The booster offers the most up-to-date protection against the latest Omicron variants. Omicron is the most common form of COVID-19.

Boosters available to Individuals:

  • 18 years or older
      AND
  • Finished the primary series of COVID-19 vaccine at least 2 months earlier, or it has been at least 2 months since the last booster

Health Services has the Moderna bivalent booster available.  This booster is available to anyone meeting the above criteria, regardless of which type of COVID-19 vaccines or boosters that were previously received.

Appointments can be made through self-scheduling in the Health Services’ Patient Portal.

The CDC provides the most current information regarding COVID vaccines, or you may call Health Services at 828-227-7640 for more information regarding scheduling or COVID testing.

Additional Resources

The latest vaccine resources and information available from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services at covid19.ncdhhs.gov/vaccines

Find a Vaccine LocationFind Your Vaccine Group

¿CulA Es Me Grupo Para Vacunarme?

¿Dónde Me Puedo Vacunar?

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