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COVID-19 Vaccine Facts

  • The vaccine will help keep you from getting COVID-19.
  • All vaccines available in the U.S. have been shown to be highly effective at preventing COVID-19.
  • Getting a booster has proven effective at further mitigating COVID-19.
  • The vaccine does not make you sick. Some people have had a sore arm (where the shot was given), as well as tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, fever and nausea; particularly after the second shot.
  • Even if you’ve had COVID-19, you should still get the vaccine. If you are currently ill with COVID-19, you should wait until you are well before getting the vaccine.
  • The vaccine is free to everyone in the United States.

Source: CDC. Find more information here.

How to get the vaccine

On-campus vaccinations and booster shots at Albee Hall are available 9–3 p.m. on the Oshkosh campus. We are also offering flu vaccinations at this location.

Need help traveling to get your vaccine? Free transportation to and from COVID-19 vaccine appointments is available to residents of Winnebago, Outagamie, and Calumet counties (Winnebago County Public Health)

Don’t wait, sign up for your COVID-19 vaccination today. Let’s all do our part to move our campuses back to normal.

More information

Wisconsinites can now call (844) 684-1064 (toll-free) for personal assistance with their vaccine-related questions.

More COVID-19 vaccination resources from Advocate Aurora Health:

Top 10 things you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine (PDF)
How safe is the COVID-19 vaccine? (PDF)
The COVID-19 vaccine: Myths and Facts
VIDEO: Questions about the vaccine? Here are the answers.
COVID-19 Vaccination FAQ

Learn about other COVID-19 vaccination sites in the area:

COVID-19 Vaccine Information – Winnebago Public Health

 

Recent Updates

Your burning questions about COVID-19 answered

Masks are back for the start of spring semester, testing and vaccination will continue at Albee through spring semester for symptomatic employees and students. Testing is also vailable at Albee for symptomatic immediate household family members of University employees through Jan. 31.