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Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Near Me

Finding a Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Near Me

Xpress Urgent Care knows that you value the well-being of your family. That is why we aim to offer COVID-19 vaccines in a safe, sanitary environment. Throughout the pandemic, we have prioritized providing our patients in the Orange County and surrounding areas with clear, reliable information concerning COVID-19 symptoms, testing, vaccines, and more. Learn more about finding a Johnson & Johnson vaccine near you. 

At the moment we do not have the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, but we do have the Moderna vaccines. While we have not received our next shipment of vaccines just yet, we will keep you up-to-date on vaccine availability information, as coordinated through the Orange County Department of Health. 

In the meantime, we understand that there is a lot of mixed information out there about COVID-19 vaccines, especially the latest one from Johnson & Johnson. We want to keep you informed through every step of the process and will answer your questions thoroughly, honestly, and compassionately. 

How The Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine is Administered 

Unlike other vaccines, the Johnson COVID-19 vaccine requires only one dose. It’s administered through an intramuscular injection in the deltoid muscle. In other words, you will get the shot through your shoulder.

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is a viral vector vaccine. That means that it uses a benign virus to deliver a gene to your cells. The gene then informs your cells how to produce a particular antigen, also known as a spike protein. That antigen tells the body to produce antibodies, which provokes the immune system to action.

There’s no threat of illness because of the vaccine. You also won’t have to worry about COVID-like symptoms after getting your dose. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Johnson Vaccine Near Me

The FDA has granted this virus Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). As such, anyone who is 18 years of age or older can get the vaccine.

Many medical treatments and vaccines come with side effects. Fortunately, the side effects presently associated with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine do not generally disrupt everyday life or cause extreme discomfort.

Within one to two days of injection, some people may experience pain or redness at the injection site, headache, fatigue, muscle aches, or nausea. These effects were rated as mild to moderate and only lasted one to two days after vaccination. 

Before you receive the vaccine, your healthcare provider will screen you for contraindications and precautions. This will help you determine if the vaccine could be harmful to you in any way.

After passing screening and receiving the coronavirus vaccine, your healthcare provider will observe you for 15 to 30 minutes after injection. They’ll watch for immediate adverse reactions, as is common practice for vaccine administration.

To learn more about the process, you can get in touch with us today.

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has shown to be 85% effective in preventing severe disease. This vaccine protects against COVID-19-related hospitalization and death, which are the most dangerous outcomes of COVID-19. 

While that doesn’t mean we can get rid of COVID-19 prevention measures, it does mean you won’t have to worry about contracting the virus. We still need to practice safety measures until the majority of our population has been vaccinated.

A qualified health professional will administer the COVID-19 vaccine to you. That includes Xpress Urgent Care’s experienced team of COVID-19 and immunization professionals. 

If you live in Orange County, Xpress Urgent Care can give you your dose of the vaccine.

Xpress Urgent Care has not yet received our supply of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Johnson & Johnson has already begun shipping out the vaccine. They expect to have vaccinated more than 20 million people by the end of March.

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