Making Vaccines Easy and Accessible
MAKING VACCINES EASY AND ACCESSIBLE
Embry Health Offers COVID-19 Vaccinations
COVID-19 Vaccines were developed to help curtail the spread of the virus. The vaccine trains your body to trigger an immune response to the virus, so if you are infected, your body will recognize the virus and prevent it from spreading and causing you to have COVID-19. Though the vaccine itself is not COVID-19, it is an mRNA vaccine. The vaccine is instructions for your body to protect you from the virus.
Until the vaccine is accessible to all, it is imperative to continue frequently testing COVID-19 and antibodies. Embry Health will continue to offer vaccines for the coronavirus based on county availability and local eligibility guidelines.
COVID-19 Vaccination Events for Employers
COVID-19 vaccines are becoming readily available, and Embry Health is taking action by providing COVID-19 vaccinations for employers looking to get their staff vaccinated. From Ma and Pa Shops with 20 employees to companies with thousands, companies of any size can set up vaccination events with Embry Health.
COVID-19 Vaccines at Your Door
For patients who are homebound and, families that have not received their COVID-19 vaccine can now get theirs with Embry Health’s Mobile Clinics. Embry Health will send providers in their Mobile Clinic to your home to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. For more information on In-Home Services, click here.
Find an Embry Health location offering COVID-19 vaccines
MYTHS VS FACTS OF THE COVID-19 VACCINATION
Self-Care Tips After Receiving Your COVID-19 Vaccine
- Ice your arm that received the vaccine
- Stay hydrated with Pedialyte, Powerade, Gatorade, or water
- Move or exercise your arm
- Dress in loose clothing
- If you have a headache, use a cold compress and lay down in a dark room, or take Ibuprofen or Tylenol
- If you experience body aches, use a heating pad, massager, or warm baths with Epsom salts to help ease your body aches
- If you start to get the chills, grab your blankets and bundle up!
- If your fever hits a temperature of 100.4 or higher, stay calm and hydrated. You can also take Ibuprofen or Tylenol, use a cold compress, and stay cool unless you have chills, then stay bundled
- If you begin experiencing nausea, use a cold compress on your head and drink beverages slowly. You can also eat bland foods such as saltines, bread, or clear broth
- Sleep helps jump-start your immune response