COVID-19 INFORMATION KEY RESOURCES AND UPDATES FROM UF HEALTH
Find fast facts about our responses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Central Florida and learn about the hard work our researchers conduct to help combat this global pandemic. We also provide you easy access to information from county, state and national governments and health agencies.
COVID vaccines are available in our clinics, from the department of health, and through local pharmacies. Find a walk-up location or schedule an appointment today.
The latest updates for UF Health hospitals, clinics and services. Includes changes to visitation policies, openings and closings, and more.
Questions and answers about COVID-19 and UF Health’s response. Learn how you can help protect yourself and our community.
UF HEALTH COVID-19 research and news
As cases of the omicron variant continue to surge, two federal agencies have approved booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 15-year-old children. Sonja A. Rasmussen, M.D.,…
If the threat of death or severe disability isn’t enough to convince someone to get a COVID-19 vaccination, men can add this possible consequence of coronavirus infection — erectile dysfunction.…
University of Florida faculty are leading a multistate team to boost COVID-19 and influenza vaccination rates in parts of the country where health care skepticism is common and vaccination rates…
Researchers at University of Florida Health and the OneFlorida+ Clinical Research Network have begun recruiting patients to a national study to learn if several existing prescription and over-the-counter medications can…
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COVID-19 information related to UF Health Jacksonville, UF Health North and related clinics
COVID-19 information related to UF Health Leesburg and UF Health Villages Hospitals.
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Updates from the University of Florida
The latest updates from the University of Florida related to COVID-19. Additional frequently asked questions pertaining to travel, students, prospective students, families, graduate students, and faculty & staff