Lucas Holter, Senior Photographer
In residential college courtyards and clinics, Yale Health is administering flu shots in preparation of this year’s flu season. As both students and faculty sign up to receive their vaccines, the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting the University’s healthcare workers to adapt to a socially distanced environment.
Over the past few weeks, students, faculty, staff and other members of the Yale community have been encouraged to get their flu shots, made easily accessible at various spots around campus. Nurses in personal protective equipment have set up tables near COVID testing stations for undergraduate students within their residential colleges, and Yale Health has made scheduled appointments at 55 Lock St. and vouchers for nearby pharmacies available as choices for the entire Yale population, regardless of their insurance status.
Although at first glance Yale’s approach to the flu season differs from years past, the COVID-19 pandemic has done little