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Getting the vaccine at BYU-I

Students have access to COVID-19 vaccines through the school and a variety of other locations.

Vaccines available at the Health Center

COVID-19 vaccines are available to anyone ages 18 and up at the Health Center.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints updates handbook; encourages vaccinations and discourages ‘extreme’ survivalism

The Church issued various guidelines and emphasized certain direction for its members.

Some BYU-Idaho students receive COVID-19 vaccine

Students share their experiences being vaccinated for COVID-19 and how it helps those around them.

Editorial: Latest outbreaks teach us vaccines should not be feared

As a community of parents, friends and students, we are privileged to live in a time when close contact with vast numbers of people will not leave us vulnerable to the deadly diseases of the past.

Vaccines are not related to mental health

The case of measles at Disneyland last December spurred a discussion on the pros and cons of vaccinating children. Most people have various reasons for...

Swine Flu Hits Nation And BYUIdaho

    Video produced by Jenny Farley/i-News Story by Shannon Self/scroll staff The Student Health Center is trying to accommodate students who wish to be seen by a...

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