On-campus vaccine clinic for April 14 canceled

Out of an abundance of caution, the CDC and FDA have released a joint statement recommending a pause on the use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

Therefore, the Marquette University Medical Clinic has canceled our on-campus vaccine clinic previously scheduled for Wednesday, April 14, as the university had received an allocation of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine from the state for that clinic. All scheduled appointments have been canceled and individuals were notified directly.

Additionally, to date, Marquette has not administered the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on campus. The April 14 clinic would have been the first clinic with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

The FDA and CDC will be conducting further investigation and more information is expected later this week. If it is deemed safe to restart use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the university may provide it during a future on-campus clinic at a later date.

Please watch Marquette Today for announcements regarding on-campus vaccine availability.

Moderna or Pfizer vaccine availability
If desired you may seek the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine at other sites near campus.

  • Vaccines appointments (scheduled or walk-in) are available at the Wisconsin Center, which is walking distance from campus. Appointments are also available at North Division and South Division High Schools. For more information and registration, visit milwaukee.gov/covidvax or by calling (414) 286-6800
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