In a step toward normalcy, UNC vaccinates its first students


Just over a year after the University shut down in-person operations when COVID-19 hit, students saw a flicker of the light at the end of the tunnel. Students across campus were eager to get their one-shot dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on the first day the clinic was open, making them the first students to receive the vaccine through the University. (Daily Tar Heel)

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In a step toward normalcy, UNC vaccinates its first students


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