COVID-19 Vaccines: Children ages 12-15 can get Pfizer shots at JSU on May 25; both 1st, 2nd doses of Pfizer, Moderna will be available for those on campus and in community

(JACKSON, Miss.) — The Jackson-Hinds Comprehensive Health Center will provide, for the first time, COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 12-15, specifically Pfizer. Both brands, Pfizer and Moderna, will be available to all others, including students, faculty, staff and community members from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 25, in the Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center.

First and second doses of the vaccines will be available.

(If you received a text message advising you to go to a different location other than Jackson State University, please disregard that message.)

All vehicles must enter through the Lynch Street security checkpoint.

After May 25, the next COVID-19 vaccination day at JSU will be Tuesday, June 8. There will not be one on Tuesday, June 1.

NOTE: Insurance is not needed, and vaccines are provided at no cost by the Mississippi State Department of Health. Jackson-Hinds is one of two Qualified Health Centers in Mississippi designated as a federally approved vaccination site.