Yale COVID-19 Vaccination Program
April 26, 2021
The Yale COVID-19 Vaccination Program has received a new supply of Pfizer vaccine. You can now schedule on-campus appointments at the Lanman Center (72 Lake Place). If you’ve already received your first Pfizer dose elsewhere and would like to receive your second Pfizer dose at the Lanman Center, please call the Campus COVID-19 Resource Line at 203-432-6604 to ensure that your second dose will be correctly scheduled for 21 days later.
Along with mask wearing, testing, handwashing, avoiding large gatherings and physical distancing, getting a COVID-19 vaccine prevents serious illness and death and helps to protect our community. It is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. As more of us get vaccinated, it will provide the safety and protection that will allow us to get back to the things we miss most, like spending time with loved ones and friends, traveling and going to events.
It’s OK to have questions. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines so that we can all return to the things we miss most about life.
- Many people identify their primary health care providers as their most trusted sources of health-related information; you should not hesitate to reach out to your provider to discuss your vaccination questions and concerns, especially as they pertain to your own health history.
- Publicly available resources, such as the CDC and Yale COVID-19 Vaccine Program websites contain up-to-date information about vaccines and answers to frequently asked questions.
- Finally, if you have specific questions about the Yale COVID-19 Vaccine Program that are not answered on its website, do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or the Campus COVID Resource Line at 203-432-6604.
Please share this video with your loved ones who may have questions or concerns about vaccinations, featuring Yale Internal Medicine Associates physicians. Access the chosen version by following these links in English and Spanish.