Night Watch Urgent Care in Manassas, Virginia now offering COVID vaccines
Night Watch Urgent Care in Manassas, Virginia is a COVID vaccine site for residents aged 18 and older of Prince William County, Manassas City and Manassas Park. The clinic is located at 11700 Sudley Manor Dr, Manassas, Virginia, 20109.
Night Watch Urgent Care has received Moderna vaccines from the state of Virginia. There is no cost for the vaccine.
First-dose vaccine appointments are available starting Tuesday, April 13 for residents that Reserve a Spot online.
The supply of vaccines received are limited and and the clinic staff will be working hard to vaccinate the Manassas community as supplies allow.
The Aldie, Virginia clinic is currently on a waitlist with Loudon County to operate as a vaccination site in the coming weeks.
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Night Watch Urgent Care is continuing to require masks in the clinics, practice hand hygiene, and social distance until enough vaccine is manufactured and distributed, and until there is more information on how long a vaccine will protect individuals who recieve it, and until our community shows levels of minimal spread.
All of the vaccines have shown to be very effective at preventing COVID-19 infection. The Moderna vaccine has shown to be 94.1% effective across all racial and ethnic groups, but this number does appear to be a little lower among those 65 years of age or older.
Before the FDA granted Emergency Use Authorization, the safety and efficacy of these vaccines were reviewed by panels of independent experts retained by the companies; by FDA scientific staff; and by an independent panel of experts convened by the FDA. There are no reported serious safety concerns from these vaccines. The CDC and the FDA will continue to monitor individuals who have received the vaccines to ensure there’s no evidence of even rare safety issues.
Keep in mind that COVID-19 can be a fatal or debilitating disease, even in young healthy people. The risks from contracting the virus are greater than the possible risks from receiving the vaccine.
For more information, visit the Virginia Department of Health website.