COVID-19 Vaccine Information for UI Health Care Employees
Modified on 2/10/2021 at 09:04am

Resources and information for UI Health Care employees about the COVID-19 vaccine.


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UI Health Care vaccine updates

  • Boosters, delta, breakthroughs, and more: You asked, we answered

    As COVID-19 cases begin to tick up again across the US, we know that you have questions about what you can do to stay safe and healthy We’ve put together a list of your most frequently asked questions from the employee forum held Monday, Aug 2, and their answers in the guide below Don’t see…more
  • Video replay: COVID-19 Employee Forum, Aug. 2

    In this Employee Forum, Suresh Gunasekaran, MBA, chief executive officer; Theresa Brennan, MD, chief medical officer; and Kimberly Hunter, DNP, MBA, RN, chief nurse executive, shared updates with faculty and staff Topics included the Success Sharing Program, along with COVID-19 updates, including the delta variant, progress on pediatric vaccinations, and how all employees can stay…more
  • ‘Vaxx Facts’: Getting the COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy

    Should you receive the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant In this video, Amber Goodrich, ARNP, certified nurse midwife, provides the facts to help you and others make an informed decision (more…)more
  • 3 things you should know about the delta variant

    The COVID-19 delta variant is spreading rapidly around the world, just as many people were beginning to feel hopeful that the pandemic was coming to an end Despite the spread of this new, more contagious variant, there’s still room for cautious optimism that we can halt the spread Here are three things you should know…more