Registry now open for all UNL students who want COVID-19 vaccine

The registry is only open until Sunday, April 11th, at 5 p.m. so university staff is encouraging any student that wants the vaccine to sign up quickly. 
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – The University of Nebraska-Lincoln opened a registry for students to sign up to receive their COVID-19 vaccine, if they choose.

The registry is only open until Sunday, April 11th, at 5 p.m. so university staff is encouraging any student that wants the vaccine to sign up quickly.

A date has not been set for when those students will actually receive the shot. UNL said it all depends on the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and when they have enough doses.

Whether students will receive Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer, isn’t known at this time, but staff is hoping students will get a heads up prior to their appointment.

Although UNL is not making the shot mandatory, they’re highly encouraging students to get their shot in order to stop the spread.

The registry opened Thursday morning and UNL staff said they’re already seeing a strong demand.

If you’re a student at UNL and would like to receive a COVID vaccine when it’s your turn, click HERE.

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