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KYC’s State­ment on the John­son & John­son COVID-19 Vaccine

Date: April 132021

KYC’s most recent vac­ci­na­tion clin­ic dis­trib­uted John­son and Johnson’s sin­gle-dose COVID-19 vac­cine on April 8th. Although side effects are rare, in accor­dance with the Cen­ter for Dis­ease Con­trol and Pre­ven­tion (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) rec­om­men­da­tion, we are encour­ag­ing any­one who expe­ri­ences any side effects or con­cerns, espe­cial­ly includ­ing severe headache, abdom­i­nal pain, leg pain, or short­ness of breath with­in three weeks after vac­ci­na­tion to con­tact their health care provider imme­di­ate­ly and inform them you recent­ly received the vaccine.

Updates will con­tin­ue to become avail­able and KYC will con­tin­ue to fol­low the CDC’s guide­lines for all prac­tices relat­ed to COVID-19. For more infor­ma­tion regard­ing this and oth­er vac­cines, please con­sult the CDC’s web­site at https://​cdc​.gov. To view the CDC and FDA’s joint state­ment on the John­son & John­son COVID-19 vac­cine from April 13th 2021, please click here.

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