Inside Emory’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Since it began offering vaccines on Dec. 17, Emory has vaccinated more than 100,000 staff, students and patients. The effort requires precise planning to ensure not a single dose of vaccine is wasted and that strict rules of masking, physical distancing and proper hygiene are followed.


Months after becoming sick with the novel coronavirus, some people continue to have symptoms such as shortness of breath, chronic pain, and dizziness that linger for months.

Envisioning The Future of Nursing

Nurses have come a long way from practicing injections on oranges and each other. Emory nursing students will soon be able to practice treating realistic, complex wounds on mannequins, delivering a baby in a car, and setting up a COVID-19 testing center.