Interested in Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine?

If you would like to get the COVID-19 vaccine, we request you fill out the interest form to provide us with basic information about yourself.

The information you provide will be kept private and secure. We will not ask for any personal information like credit cards, passwords, social security numbers, etc.

2100 New Bern Ave Raleigh, NC 27610

3421 North Roxboro St Durham, NC 27704

213 W Main St Durham, NC

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Top Questions Customers Asked About COVID-19

No. COVID-19 vaccines require an appointment

There is no charge for the COVID-19 vaccine.

After you receive the vaccine, you must be monitored for at least 15 minutes. You should expect the whole process to take 30 to 45 minutes.

The most common side effect is arm tenderness/soreness. Other symptoms include a low-grade fever, fatigue, body aches and a mild headache. These symptoms typically last one to three days and are more common with the second dose.

The first dose of the vaccine allows your body to begin building protection against the COVID-19 virus and the second dose is needed to get the most protection that the vaccine has to offer.

Is keeping track of your medications stressing you out? Meet Medpacks.

MedPacks put all of your medications in labeled, individual plastic pouches that make taking the right meds, at the right time, simple and easy.

This is expensive, right?

Not at Josefs. Unlike at other pharmacies where you pay $30 or more for this service, Josefs offers Medpacks for free.

Suggestions on what to buy for Boosting Immunity

Vitamin C is crucial to immune functioning, and it is involved in antibody production and white blood cell function and activity.

Vitamin B6 is a family of chemically-related compounds, including pyridoxamine and pyridoxal which, are found in animal products.

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