UK HealthCare

COVID-19 Boosters and Flu Shots Available on Campus

Flu shot
Students are eligible to receive flu shots on campus. Mark Cornelison | UK Photo.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 13, 2021) — COVID-19 boosters are now available on campus to those who are eligible. Clinic hours will vary by location.

For those who qualify, vaccine boosters are being offered at: 

  • University Health Service Pharmacy 
  • Kentucky Clinic Pharmacy 
  • Turfland Retail Pharmacy 
  • The new Bluegrass Clinic Pharmacy at 3101 Beaumont Centre Circle
  • 2317 Alumni Park Plaza

For all COVID-19 vaccinations, you must register at and sign up for an appointment time. Walk-ins are not accepted. There is no cost for COVID-19 vaccinations and insurance is not required. For boosters, please bring your CDC vaccination card with you.

For flu shots, please call 833-333-UKRx (8579) to make an appointment at the location of your choice. Please bring your insurance card with you.

The CDC has said it is safe and effective to receive the flu and COVID-19 vaccinations at the same time. Flu shots can be added on request to COVID-19 vaccination appointments. However, COVID-19 vaccinations cannot be added to flu shot appointments.

For UK Faculty, Students and Staff:

UK faculty, staff and students are encouraged to bring their insurance information if they are planning to receive a flu shot. For more information about flu shots and other campus locations to receive yours, visit

The university asks that you to use the self-report tool to let us know that you have received your flu shot so we can continue to track the health of our campus.

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