DDN: Wright State students to be offered J&J vaccine

Interested Wright State University students may now receive free COVID-19 vaccinations through Student Health Services and Wright State Physicians.

Wright State has received a small supply of Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose vaccine and will begin administering shots weekly to Wright State students on April 8. The university expects to receive further shipments.

Wright State sent out an interest email Tuesday morning and the appointments are already filling up.

“And we do have a waitlist as well that we can place students on. So at this point, interest appears to be pretty high and our appointments have already started filling up,” said Genessa Merritt, nurse practitioner for Wright State Student Health Services.

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