Go Green, Go White, Go Get The Vaccine At The Pavilion
I think it pretty much goes without saying, if you want a Covid-19 vaccine you can get one. The age has now been brought down to 16 and they are available EVERYWHERE. You literally just have to sign up and show up. They are making them more accessible to everyone as the numbers are going up. Way up. Michigan is in the top five of states with surging numbers. People are fearing a 4th wave.
I have had my first dose of the vaccine and am due for my second this coming Monday (April 12th). I will be there with bells on. I can't wait. I got the Moderna shot and I received it at the very same Pavilion that MSU students can start getting theirs at on Friday (April 9th).
Beginning Friday, Michigan State University will start administering doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to its registered students, by appointment only, at a student-only vaccine clinic inside the Pavilion for Agricultural and Livestock Education. (MSU Today)
East Lansing has been a lightning rod for plenty of Covid-19 insanity.
It kind of all started with this.
Then you had to wear a mask downtown EL both inside and outside.
And about a month ago they confirmed that the UK variant of the virus was indeed on campus.
So you'd think that MSU students would definitely be down to get the shot. Turns out, they are.
This news comes following a recent survey conducted by the National Social Norms Center at MSU that showed more than 80% of MSU undergraduate and graduate students plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available to them. (MSU Today)
If you are a Spartan and you want to get the single dose Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 shot at the Pavilion, you do have to sign up first.
Starting Friday, we will begin administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to MSU students 18 and older, regardless of immigration status or primary residence, at the MSU Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education. Students must select an appointment to receive a vaccine using this link: http://hd.ingham.org/coronavirus/r_1010.aspx.
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