Content Loading

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Continue on Fridays at SWOSU

COVID-19 vaccination clinics continue on Fridays at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.

Around 1,400 appointments are scheduled for February 12. During the last month, SWOSU College of Pharmacy Rural Health Center Coordinator Randy Curry said the number of vaccinations given at SWOSU have been:

  • February 5                   1,194
  • January 29                   980
  • January 22                   1,033
  • January 15                   1,083
  • January 8                     300


All clinics are being held at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center (900 N. Seventh Street) on the SWOSU campus, which was approved and set up as a point of distribution. The vaccinations being given now at SWOSU are for people in phase 2 of the state’s 4-phase plan.

All appointments are set up through the online portal of the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH): The clinics should continue on Fridays for several months.

Curry encourages everyone to sign up on the OSDH scheduler, and it will place everyone in the appropriate category for vaccines. It is his understanding that appointments open seven

days in advance, depending on the amount of vaccine coming from the federal government. 

Residents coming to the Pioneer Cellular Event Center should enter through the west doors. Appointments are required. Masks and distancing are required.

SWOSU faculty and students from the College of Pharmacy, School of Nursing and School of Allied Health—as well as many volunteers from SWOSU— have been assisting with the Oklahoma State Department of Health clinics.