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Students: Register for DePaul’s free flu vaccine clinic


Flu shot

Last month in Newsline, DePaul reminded the community to get a seasonal influenza vaccination this fall to help protect those around you and to reduce the strain on our healthcare systems.

To make it easier for DePaul's on-campus and Chicago-area students to get a flu vaccine, the university will partner with the AMITA Sage Medical Group to host a flu vaccine clinic on Nov. 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Flu vaccines will be free to all full- and part-time DePaul students.

To schedule a time for a free flu vaccine, students must complete this form. The clinic will be located in DePaul's Lincoln Park Student Center in room 120AB. Registered students should enter the Student Center using the Sheffield Avenue entrance's set of glass doors. Do not use the revolving doors. Students must bring their DePaul ID with them when they arrive for their appointment.

To ensure the safety and health of everyone involved, students must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times. The AMITA Health staff will also wear appropriate personal protective equipment, and chairs and markings on the floor will ensure everyone follows social distancing guidelines.

​For DePaul employees interested in getting a flu vaccine, please visit Newsline for more information.  

General reminders

Please continue to practice social distancing, wear a face covering, wash your hands or use sanitizer often, and use the #CampusClear app every time you visit campus, including if you come for a flu vaccine. Most importantly, if you feel sick and/or show signs of an illness, please stay home to protect the safety of those around you.

For more information, please visit DePaul's Fall 2020 website, and be sure to watch and commit to DePaul's Health & Safety pledge.

Thank you for taking care of each other. We're all in this together.