|H1N1 vaccine available for students|
A limited supply of H1N1 flu vaccine has arrived at UND Student Health Services. Flu shots will be available, by appointment, at the Student Health Services Clinic for students with chronic conditions, and pregnant women (who provide a note from their health care providers) beginning Wednesday, Dec. 9.
Chronic Medical Conditions include:
- Lung, liver, kidney, and heart disease, not including high blood pressure
- Weakened immune systems
- Neurological conditions
Eligible students can make an appointment for a flu shot by calling 777-2605 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Nasal flu mist will be administered to healthy students at a H1N1 Nasal Flu Mist Walk-In Clinic to be held from 10:30 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, in Swanson Hall, Room 10. This Flu Mist Clinic will be open to:
- All healthy UND students who are 24 years of age or younger
- All healthy UND students who are 49 years of age or younger who are also household contacts or caregivers of children younger than 6 months of age or healthcare/EMS personnel.
A UND ID is required (Clinic for UND students only). If you have BC/BS coverage, please bring your current insurance card. Insurance will be filed on site for vaccine administration. For students who are uninsured or underinsured, the cost of vaccine administration will be covered by UND Student Government. Seasonal flu vaccination does not protect you against H1N1 flu. If you need additional information, call UND Student Health Services at 777-4500. Sponsored by UND Student Health Services and UND Student Government.