In this second story of The Red & Black staff’s experiences receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, our staff shares their vaccination stories from different locations, some as close as the UGA health center and some traveling even further.
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On Wednesday, the University of Georgia reported 84 new COVID-19 cases from Oct. 12-18, slightly less than the 96 reported from Oct. 5-11. The university has reported 4,055 cases to date, including 3,598 since it launched its surveillance testing program on Aug. 10.
The University Health Center is only accepting illness and injury appointments to ensure patient safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Tuesday Archnews email.
The line to participate in the Reading Day Relaxation event on April 27 stretched from the Tate Concourse to the Dawg Snacks Cafe. Students pa…
The University Health Center hosted its annual “Safe Spring Break” event in the Tate Student Center today as part of its #BeWellUGA campaign. …
As a new presidential administration takes over, the future of the Affordable Care Act is uncertain. On Friday, President Trump’s first executive order post-inauguration was to “scale back” on aspects of Obamacare.
As University of Georgia students paid their spring semester tuition last week, many still think the University Health Fee leaves much to be discovered, and question what the fee itself helps pay for.
More than 250 men and women met at the University of Georgia Arch Saturday evening and walked a mile course through the university campus, ending at the Myers Quad. The event is held annually to speak out against rape, sexual assault and gender violence, while also raising awareness about sexual violence prevention.
Students seeking these services usually provided by Planned Parenthood clinics have many supplemental options on the University of Georgia campus and in the greater Athens area.
As Tinder emerges as a popular dating site on college campuses, the University of Georgia Health Center wants students to maintain their sexual health.