Coronavirus (COVID-19) Clinic and Service Updates

The U of M Vaccine Team continues to work with state and local public health partners as part of Minnesota’s network of vaccination sites (healthcare, public health, pharmacy, state, and federal sites). Most members of the U of M community will receive vaccinations at one of the many off-campus locations across the state. The on-campus clinic will continue to reach those in priority risk groups as directed by state officials and those members of our community who may experience barriers in accessing off-campus sites. The on-campus clinic is also available to people not affiliated with the University of Minnesota, referred to us by local public health partners, consistent with state equity principles for vaccine distribution.

Last updated, April 23, 2021, at 9:00 a.m.

Telehealth and In-clinic Appointments

At this time, we are scheduling both in-clinic and telehealth appointments.

In-clinic, Pre-appointment Online Screening Tool

Everyone coming into Boynton must answer screening questions for COVID symptoms by using our online pre-appointment screening tool.

Coronavirus, COVID-19 Testing

Boynton is one of many coronavirus, COVID-19 testing sites in the state of Minnesota.

We offer COVID testing to University of Minnesota Twin Cities students, faculty, and staff.

Learn how to get a coronavirus test at Boynton.

What to Do If You Are Sick

If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms, we encourage you to:

  1. Self-isolate to help prevent spreading the disease
  2. Call our Nurse Line 612-625-7900

If you come to Boynton Health with coronavirus symptoms, DO NOT ENTER. Stop and call 612-625-7900 and someone will direct you further.

Wearing Masks and Social Distancing to Protect Other People

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you should cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when in public, or when you are around other people.

You DO NOT need to use a face mask meant for a healthcare worker.

A cloth face cover is not a substitute for social distancing. Keep six feet of distance between yourself and other people. How to wear a cloth face cover.