Delaware States University’s new downtown campus location has now made available vaccination opportunities for students, faculty, and the community at large. From ten am until six pm every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered through Curative. Testing and vaccinations will take place at the Carpenter Building (112).
Vaccine distributions are not only provided to Delaware State affiliates but for Kent county communities.
Curative is a healthcare corporation aiding in COVID-19 testing and providing the COVID-19 vaccines actively during the Pandemic.
According to the Covid-19 Vaccine updates on the Delaware States website, ” The COVID-19 vaccine is a vital tool that we can all use to keep our community safe. The more fully vaccinated faculty, staff, and students we have reduces the chance of the COVID-19 virus spreading and infecting others.”
Under Delaware State University COVID-19 Campus Operations Policy, mandatory weekly testing of its student, staff, and faculty are in effect.
Curative contributes, by offering testing between nine am till two pm in the back of Memorial Hall Gymnasium, on the main campus. Also, testing is done in the Carpenter Building in DSU Downtown.
“Pre-registration is encouraged for both the Curative testing and vaccines using the links below. Walk-ups are also welcome,” says the Delaware States ENews.