Working in cooperation with the city of Philadelphia, Temple University is dispensing COVID-19 vaccines in limited quantities to those who meet city eligibility guidelines.

Philadelphia is now in Phase 2 of the vaccine rollout, which means every city resident over the age of 16 is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Anyone who works in Philadelphia and can provide proof of that employment is also eligible to receive the vaccine.

Please be aware that due to city requirements, at the present time Temple can only offer COVID-19 vaccines to employees and students who are residents of the city. 

Getting Your Vaccine at Temple

As part of Philadelphia’s plans to boost distribution, Temple has opened a vaccine clinic at the James S. White Hall on Main Campus. The clinic is open Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Read responses to questions about vaccine distribution at Temple below.

Return to Top

About the Vaccines

In an effort to address common questions, concerns and misinformation, we asked Temple health experts to respond to frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines.

Below, you can find general information about getting vaccinated.

Return to Top

Addressing Common Myths About Vaccines

False claims continue to circulate online, causing many people to make incorrect assumptions about the COVID-19 vaccines. 

We've assembled the following list of facts to dispel rumors about the vaccine and help keep you and the entire Temple community safe and healthy. 

These facts are based on information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the Mayo Clinic and the World Health Organization (WHO).