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Vaccinations

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Safeguarding Your Health with Hassle-Free Vaccinations

The immune system is the body’s main tool of protecting itself against foreign illnesses and diseases that invade the body. Vaccinations are a safe and effective method of helping your body create antibodies that fight off bacteria or viruses.

Because of the advances in medical science, you can protect yourself and your loved ones against diseases by getting vaccinations.

 

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At Instant Urgent Care, we provide a number of vaccinations to ensure that your body can fight off serious diseases. Some of the vaccinations we provide include:

            
> Hepatitis A
> Hepatitis B
> TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
> TD (Tetanus, Diphtheria)
> Influenza (The Flu)
 
 

For more information about our Vaccinations services,
please call us at (408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Find your answers to the questions and helpful information about our services. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to call us.

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1. Why are vaccinations important for public health?

Vaccinations prevent the spread of infectious diseases, protect individuals from serious illnesses, and contribute to herd immunity, reducing the overall prevalence of diseases in the community.

2. Are vaccinations safe?

Yes, vaccinations are extensively tested for safety and efficacy before approval. The benefits of vaccination in preventing diseases and their complications far outweigh the minimal risks of side effects.

3. Can adults get vaccinated, or are vaccines only for children?

Vaccinations are essential for individuals of all ages. Adults may need booster shots or specific vaccines based on their health, occupation, and travel plans.

4. How do vaccines work?

Vaccines stimulate the immune system to recognize and fight specific pathogens without causing the disease itself. This prepares the immune system to respond more effectively if exposed to the actual pathogen.

5. What is herd immunity, and why is it important?

Herd immunity occurs when a significant portion of the population is immune to a disease, reducing its spread. This protects those who cannot be vaccinated, such as individuals with certain medical conditions.