HUHS is pleased to be able to offer additional COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Vaccine appointments continue to be open to all students, staff, faculty, researchers, and HUHS patients and can be scheduled through the HUHS Patient Portal with your Harvard Key. Please see vaccine clinic location and date information below.
Also below is the most current information from the CDC about the COVID-19 vaccine as well as answers to common questions we have received. Please visit our website and the University Coronavirus website regularly as information and availability of the vaccine are rapidly changing.
October 6, 2021:
As previously announced, Harvard will require COVID vaccination for all students who will be on campus this fall. As we work to reach the high levels of vaccination needed to protect our community, Harvard has now extended that vaccination requirement to all Harvard community members, including faculty, staff, and researchers, who will have any on-campus presence. Read the full message (5/28/21) on the updated vaccine requirement and find more information in the COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Frequently Asked Questions.
Additional Vaccine Clinics
HUHS will hold vaccine clinics in the Monks Conference Room, located on the 6th Floor of the Smith Campus Center, 75 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 on the dates below. Please note, HUHS will continue to update this list as additional vaccine clinic dates are added.
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Please check the HUHS Patient Portal for available vaccine clinic timeslots. Vaccine appointments are open to all students, staff, faculty, researchers, and HUHS patients and can be scheduled through the HUHS Patient Portal with your HarvardKey.
We welcome individuals to the clinic who need a second dose of Pfizer vaccine. In order to provide the second dose, you must be 21 days from your first dose and must bring to your appointment your Centers for Disease Control Vaccination card or other official documentation.
Please see instructions on how to schedule an appointment and find our COVID Vaccine FAQ’S below for more information.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Update
Effective April 23, 2021, the CDC and FDA recommend the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine resume in the United States, after a short pause in its administration. However, women younger than 50 years old should be made aware of a rare risk of blood clots with low platelets following vaccination and the availability of other COVID-19 vaccines where this risk has not been observed. Read the CDC/FDA statement.
Guidance on COVID-19 Booster Shots for Eligible Patients
The CDC recommends a booster shot for certain people who meet specific criteria.