COVID-19 Boosters: Did You Know You're Eligible?

A student receives his flu shot at an on-campus flu shot clinic.

Updated November 18, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently expanded the number of those eligible for boosters, which includes anyone 18 and older who received the initial one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than two months ago and selected groups 18 and older that received the second Pfizer or Moderna shot at least 6 months ago.

UB students who live in university-run housing and received the two-shot Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least six months ago also are eligible for a booster because they live in a high-risk congregate setting.

Plan Your Booster

Plan ahead for when you hit 6-months from you last vaccine date.

COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine Campus Clinics

Walk-in campus clinics for COVID-19 (Moderna & Pfizer) and  annual flu vaccinations are still underway through December 16 on all 3 campuses. View upcoming dates and details below:

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COVID-19 NYS Vaccine Clinic - Harriman Hall, South Campus

The New York State administered mass vaccination in Harriman Hall on the South Campus remains open for walk-ins and appointments (Janssen – J & J and Pfizer).  Appointments are strongly recommended for booster doses during operating hours:

Sunday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Monday-Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

See: University at Buffalo South Campus for location

COVID-19 Vaccines - WNY Sites

COVID-19 booster vaccines may also be available through local government, health care, and pharmacy websites in your local community.  WNY residents can consult WNY VaccineHound for additional local options.

Vaccine Information Sources

For more services and opportunities like this:

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