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Auburn frontline employee Amy Wiley (left) receives the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination. Auburn was provided its first batch of the vaccine on Wednesday, with 3,500 doses being delivered and the university immediately initiating a phased approach in administering vaccinations.

Auburn University Temporarily Suspends Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - In an email sent out to students Thursday afternoon, the Auburn University Medical Clinic announced they would be temporarily suspending Covid-19 vaccination clinics.

The AUMC stated that by the end of the week, they will have administered all Covid-19 vaccines they have received so far. As of February 15, the number of vaccines AUMC had received was 8,800. Covid vaccination clinics will resume once more shipments of the vaccine have arrived. Anyone that has previously registered to receive the vaccine will remain in the queue.

In their email, it was recommended to students and Auburn employees to register for other vaccine distribution programs that are available locally. That list can be found at the Resource Center's COVID-19 Vaccine Section. Auburn asks that any individual that does receive the Covid vaccine outside of the AUMC should go to the new interest form, and select "no" to be removed from Auburn's vaccine interest list.

For more information relating to Auburn's Covid-19 response and vaccination supply, visit the Auburn Covid Resource Center.