COVID-19 booster vaccines for UT Health faculty, staff, students and residents

Following recommendations set forth by the Food and Drug Administration on Sept. 17, 2021, UT Health San Antonio is now providing COVID-19 vaccine boosters to our front-line health care workers, as well as all other faculty, staff, students and residents. Pfizer boosters will be administered and can be given to those who had an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna).

Booster scheduling is currently available to everyone with a UT Health San Antonio sign-on. As a courtesy, we ask that all those who do not interact directly with patients please wait a few days before scheduling, allowing our front-line providers – who are most at risk – to schedule their boosters first.

To schedule your COVID-19 booster, log in to our scheduling website. Locations include the Medical Arts and Research Center (MARC) or Wellness 360 located in the School of Nursing.

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COVID-19 Protocols for UT Health San Antonio

Due to continued concerns with the highly infectious COVID delta variant, temporary precautionary measures are being imposed effective immediately on January 3, 2022.

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COVID-19 Campus Reporting
Results include employees, students, residents, fellows, post-docs
As of 1/6/2022Total to date
Positive test results received through Wellness 360 709
Positive cases reported to Wellness 360 from external sources452
Total positive campus cases1161
Individuals in self-isolation/self-quarantine208
Contact traces executed through Wellness 360 (Both low and high risk exposures)1,209
Test conducted through Wellness 360.6,524
Positive Test Results (3/5/2020 to 1/6/2022)
CategoryNumbers
Faculty/Staff/Post-Docs823
Students225
Residents/Fellows113
Total1161
Please note: These results include the newly reported positive medical residents from University Health between the months of October-December