Washington University is offering vaccines to employees and trainees across the Danforth and Medical Campuses and to their children 12 and over, as well as spouses and domestic partners. Vaccines are also available for the public.
Get your shot
- CDC and FDA authorize Pfizer vaccine for adolescents 12 to 15 years old »
- The CDC and FDA resume use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine »
Vaccine safety and effectiveness
Learn about how the vaccines work, how the clinical trials were conducted, what the data tells us, and more from WashU Med physician experts and government sources.
After you’re vaccinated: Remain vigilant
It is important to continue following standard practices of mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing even after you are vaccinated.
Employees! Vaccination clinic volunteers needed
You may register online for work at multiple sites in MO and IL. Some volunteers will be paid.
Pediatric clinical trials
WashU Med investigators are seeking participants for clinical trials to evaluate COVID-19 vaccines in children.
Share your vaccination story!
Share your vaccination experience on social media with the hashtag #WashUMyBestShot.
Signs for social media are available in Box (sign-in required).
Add a “COVID-19 Vaccinated!” frame to your Facebook profile photo
Washington University “COVID-19 Vaccinated!” Facebook profile photo frames are now available. Visit Facebook and search “WUSTL vaccine” to add the design to your profile.