Updates on NIH Vaccine Clinic Including Appointment Availability and Clinic Location
Over 65 percent of NIH staff have received a COVID-19 vaccination with more than 30,000 doses of this life-saving vaccine administered to date through the NIH COVID-19 Vaccination Program. Our vaccination efforts are truly an exercise in commitment and dedication. However, vaccination responses vary widely across NIH institutes, centers and offices. In a large workplace, risk mitigation requires a combination of measures to adequately protect workers and patients and unvaccinated colleagues are especially still at risk of infection.
If you have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccine and have an NIH ID badge (employees, contractors, trainees), you can still get vaccinated. Appointments are still available.
Schedule a vaccine appointment online (https://clinweb.cc.nih.gov/cct), call 301-480-8990 (press 4) to speak to an OMS staff member (Interpretive services are available) or email OMSCOVIDVaccineProgram@mail.nih.gov.
From now until June 10, the NIH Occupational Medical Service (OMS) will continue to operate a clinic in the Building 10 B-1 cafeteria.
Starting the week of June 14, OMS will offer the COVID-19 vaccine once a week on Thursdays in the OMS Clinic in 6C306 of Building 10 through August for new employees, fellows, and other staff. If you have not been vaccinated yet, given vaccine widespread availability, it may be easier to get vaccinated in the community.
Questions? If you have questions or concerns, call 301-480-8990 (press 4) or email OMS at (OMSCOVIDVaccineProgram@mail.nih.gov).
Thank you for all your help in protecting our community and keeping them healthy and safe.