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UTA is hosting three upcoming clinics to provide UTA employees with convenient access to the COVID‑19 and flu vaccines.

Thursday, Oct. 27, and Friday, Oct. 28 (Employees only)

In partnership with Passport Health, UTA will host two COVID‑19 and flu vaccine clinics for employees 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, and noon-4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, both in room 203 of Trinity Hall. Registration is required. Additional details are below.

  • Flu vaccine: Please bring a photocopy of your insurance card and driver’s license to receive your flu vaccine at no charge. The cost without insurance is $29, payable by cash or check.
  • COVID‑19 vaccines: Primary doses of the COVID‑19 vaccine and the updated (bivalent) booster dose will be available free of charge, regardless of insurance status, for eligible individuals. See below for more information about the bivalent booster.

Email or call 817-272-2716 for questions about the Passport Health clinics.

Friday, Nov. 4 (Employees and students)

In partnership with Walmart, UTA will host a COVID‑19 vaccine clinic on campus 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, to provide UTA students, faculty, and staff with convenient, free access to the bivalent booster dose recommended by the CDC. Flu vaccines will also be available and can be received in tandem with a COVID‑19 booster dose.

The clinic, offered in partnership with Walmart, will operate on a walk-in-only basis in room 102A in the Maverick Activities Center and exclusively serve UTA students, staff, and faculty. No appointment or insurance is required.

This clinic will not offer the primary COVID‑19 vaccine doses. If you have not yet received your primary COVID‑19 vaccine doses but would like to, please enter your zip code into the CDC’s COVID‑19 Vaccine Finder to find a readily available vaccine near you.

Contact with questions.

Bivalent COVID‑19 booster eligibility

The bivalent booster protects against both the original virus that causes COVID‑19 and Omicron variants. The CDC recommends that you receive one bivalent booster if it has been at least two months since your last COVID‑19 vaccine dose, whether that was your final primary series dose or an original (monovalent) booster. People who have had more than one original (monovalent) booster are also recommended to get a bivalent (updated) booster.

If you do not presently qualify for a bivalent booster shot, please continue to monitor the CDC’s guidelines for updates.




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