Students, get a $ 10 Town Pump gift card at the Ask Us counter when you show proof
of a COVID injection- 19.
Between now and June 20, if you are vaccinated, you can bring your proof of
a COVID-19 shot at the Ask Us desk in the Strand Union building and walks away with
a $ 10 Town Pump gift card.
Did I read it right? $ 10 per shot?
Yes, you read that right, it costs $ 10 per shot. That means if you get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, you need two doses each
to be fully effective, you can get two gift cards.
But I got a single dose vaccine…
Did you get the Johnson & Johnson single dose vaccine? Don't have a second shot? No
to worry. If you show proof of your J&J vaccination, you will get two gift cards at the same time.
What should I do?
- Get a COVID-19 vaccine.
- Come to the Ask Us counter in the SUB.
- Show them your cat card and proof of vaccination.
- Go with a gift card.
Remember that this offer is only valid until June 20 and that you must present your
proof of vaccination at the Ask Us counter in person. Each person can only remove
up to $ 20 in gift cards.
COVID-19 vaccines have never been more available. Get Your Appointment, Get Your Vaccine and Get Rewarded!
MSU University Health Partners has the Modern COVID-19 2-dose vaccine available and
too You may have the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine available later this summer.
If you are an MSU student, teacher, or staff member who is 18 years of age or older and
want to get vaccinated against COVID-19, please log in to this website using your MSU
NetID and password: https://www.montana.edu/health/coronavirus/vaccine-waitlist/index.html Once logged in, fill out the form confirming your interest in getting vaccinated.
Then, you should receive an email within 48 hours with a link to register
a specific date and time for the appointment at the next available clinic. Don't share that
link with others: only valid for one user.
If you have any difficulty completing the form or have questions about immunization appointments,
please call (406) 994-3798.
COVID-19 vaccines are effective and their safety is closely monitored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
and the Food and Drug Administration. CDC recommends that people get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible and able to do so.
Between December 14, 2020 and early May, more than 245 million doses of COVID-19
The vaccine was administered in the US Vaccines were evaluated in dozens out of thousands
of clinical trial participants and met rigorous FDA scientific standards.
for safety, efficacy, and build quality to be granted
emergency use authorization.
Additional information from CDC
Additional information and answers to many frequently asked questions about the
Available COVID-19 vaccines are listed on the City-County Health Department's Vaccine Information page. Gallatin.