Occupational Health has added walk-in flu vaccine and COVID-19 booster vaccine clinics Nov. 18 and 28 as well as Dec. 5 and 12 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Center for Advanced Medicine (4921 Parkview Place), Suite 5A.
Occupational Health is now accepting positive home antigen test results for COVID-19, with no requirement for further testing.
New guidance for COVID-19 testing, information on Occupational Health walk-in vaccine clinics, tips for staying healthy over the holidays.
Updates boosters available, masking optional in non-clinical spaces, and what to do if you test positive.
Employees who test positive outside of WashU Med/BJC HealthCare Occupational Health are required to call the Exposure/Illness Hotline at 314-362-5056.
Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated employees and students who work in office-based or non-clinical settings where no patients or clinical visitors are encountered.
Updated vaccine boosters are now available from Pfizer-BioNTech for people ages 12 years and older, and from Moderna for people ages 18 years and older.
Masking optional in non-clinical spaces Sept.1, reporting positive tests to Occupational Health, monkeypox resources available, where to find a vaccine for adults and children.
BJC currently offers the Pfizer vaccine for children 5 years and older. Moderna is also available for children 6 months – 4 years.
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and boosters are available at convenient locations in the IOH and CAM.