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COVID-19 VACCINES SPONSORED BY ADAMS

*THIS PAGE IS PERIODICALLY UPDATED*

PLEASE NOTE:

Taking COVID-19 vaccines currently licensed in America does not invalidate the fast during Ramadan as per the opinion of the majority of Islamic scholars (e.g. Fiqh Council of North America, Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America, and Initiative on Islam and Medicine)

ANY STATE OR COUNTY

Vaccination This Friday After Iftar ( April, 23rd 2021)

ADAMS Center is pleased to offer a Friday evening vaccination location during the month of Ramadan for our community. Iftar would be served, Maghrib and Ishaa prayer arrangements would be provided as well. Please see the details below:

  • Anyone above 16 is eligible

  • No state or county residency required

  • 1st or 2nd dose Pfizer vaccine would be administered

  • Vaccination from 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

 

Please register using the following link

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FAIRFAX COUNTY RESIDENTS

ADAMS Ashburn Mosque & BCRC Synagogue are happy to announce the Loudoun Vaccine (Moderna) effort to counter COVID-19. This is for LOUDOUN residents only. (FYI - ACHN Clinic is handling Fairfax Residents)

  • FIRST DOSE (Sun Apr 11) - Has Concluded

  • SECOND DOSE (Sun May 9)

UPDATE -  The first dose event (April 11th) has passed and the 2nd dose will be on May 9nd.

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION:

ONLINE Registration for Apr 11th Closed on Sat Apr 10th at 5pm ET

 

Address: 21740 Beaumeade Cir STE 120, Ashburn, VA 20147

  • Please parking in the back larger lot.

  • Please register online for the vaccine(instructions below)

Please Note: We are currently enrolling LOUDOUN resident who are eligible for (Phase 1A,1B, 1C) or (people who are 65 years or older) - as defined below in the list at end of the email. Phase 1C adds more people. Please see further below. 

PLEASE YOU MUST SIGN UP ONLINE(Instructions/Link below) & COMMIT FOR BOTH DOSES - FIRST DOSE(Sun Apr 11) & SECOND DOSE(Sun May 9)

Please wear loose sleeve shirts that can be rolled up to shoulder or please wear short sleeve shirt and wear a coat/long sleeve on top. We have privacy screens. In addition, there are same gender vaccinators.

Organized by 

  • All Dulles Area Muslim Society(ADAMS)

  • Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation(BCRC) Synagogue

  • Loudoun NAACP, Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries

  • MEDSPACK Pharmacy

  • ADAMS Compassionate Healthcare Network(ACHN)

  • Loudoun Department of Health & Equity Program

  • Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps

  • Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America(APPNA) DMV Chapter

  • Islamic Medical Association of North America Medical Relief(IMR)

  • ADAMS Community Service

  • ADAMS Interfaith/Govt Relations

  • ADAMS Civic Engagement

  • ADAMS ScoutsBSA Troop 2019

Following instructions below thru MEDSPACK Website are intended for the email recipient and their respective family ONLY to schedule an appointment at 

1.Visit our website at www.medspack.com

2. Click on the ‘COVID-19 Vaccine Signup’ Button/Tab at the top of the page.

3. Enter your email address in the email field.
4. In the submit code field, enter the code ADMSBCRC and press submit code.

5. Select the first and second dose" option

- Please note: First Dose(Sun Apr 11) and second dose(Sun May 9) .

6. Choose your specified location.
7. Date is pre-selected, Choose your preferred time for the First dose and scroll down to select your preferred time for the Second dose.
8. Fill out the required information on the form.
9. In insurance information fields please enter pharmacy prescription insurance information like  BIN Number, PCN, Group, and/or ID number. If unavailable, please type ‘NA’ in the box.

10. Once you are done answering the immunization questionnaire, you will be asked to sign twice.

11. Press the submit button at the bottom, wait for the success message page to appear, and check your email provided in the form to view your confirmation.

12. Please bring or show us the confirmation email on the day of your vaccination.

 

IMP: Please bring in your valid photo ID along with Health Insurance Card if available (Pharmacy Insurance cards like CVS, Express Scripts, Aetna, Anthem, UHC)

Note: We are currently enrolling only Loudoun resident who are eligible for (Phase 1A,1B,1C) or (65 years or older)

IMPORTANT: SHARING OR REUSING THE CODE WILL INVALIDATE YOUR ORIGINAL APPOINTMENT.

If you have any questions, please contact us at support@medspack.com

Who Is Currently Eligible for Vaccine?

https://www.loudoun.gov/5494/Phases-COVID-19-Vaccine

  • Phase 1a (PDF): comprised of health care workers and long-term care residents.

  • Phase 1b (PDF): includes people aged 65 and over, those 18-64 with high risk health conditions(List below), front-line workers who are defined as essential to the functioning of society and are at higher risk of exposure to the virus.

  • Phase 1c - listed below

Front-line essential workers in this priority group include: 

  • Police, fire and hazmat workers

  • Corrections and homeless shelter workers

  • Child care/K-12 teachers/staff

  • Food and agriculture workers (including veterinarians)

  • Manufacturing workers

  • Grocery store workers

  • Public transit workers

  • Mail carriers (USPS and private) 

  • Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public facing judicial workers)

  • Clergy/Faith Leaders

  • Janitorial/Cleaning staff


High-Risk Health Conditions

  • Cancer

  • Chronic kidney disease

  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)

  • Down Syndrome

  • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies

  • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant

  • Obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 kg/m2 or higher but < 40 kg/m2)

  • Severe Obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2)

  • Pregnancy

  • Sickle cell disease

  • Smoking

  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

  • Asthma (moderate-to-severe)

  • Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)

  • Cystic fibrosis

  • Hypertension or high blood pressure

  • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies,  

  • HIV, use of corticosteroids, or use of other immune weakening medicines

  • Neurologic conditions, such as dementia

  • Liver disease

  • Overweight (BMI > 25 kg/m2, but < 30 kg/m2)

  • Pulmonary fibrosis (having damaged or scarred lung tissues)

  • Thalassemia (a type of blood disorder)

  • Type 1 diabetes mellitus


Phase 1C
1.      Water, Wastewater, and Waste Removal Workers (includes recycling removal workers)
2.      Housing and Construction
3.      Food Service
4.      Transportation and Logistics
5.      Institutions of Higher Education Faculty/Staff
6.      Finance
7.      Information Technology & Communication
8.      Media
9.      Legal Services
10.    Public Safety (engineers)
11.    Other Public Health workers
12.    Barbers, Stylists, Hairdressers

 

 

 

ADAMS STERLING is happy to announce the Loudoun Vaccine (Moderna) effort to counter Covid-19. This is for LOUDOUN residents only. (FYI - ACHN Clinic is handling Fairfax Residents)


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UPDATE -  The first dose event (April 4th) has passed and the 2nd dose will be on May 2nd.

PREVIOUS EVENT INFORMATION:

YOU MUST SIGN UP (Instructions/Link below) & COMMIT FOR BOTH DOSES FIRST DOSE (Sun Apr 4) & SECOND DOSE (Sun May 2).

Organized by:

  • All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)

  • Loudoun Department of Health & Equity Program (Dr. Goodfriend & Ms. Shalom Black)

  • Loudoun NAACP/Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries (Pastor Michelle C. Thomas)

  • MEDSPACK Pharmacy (Mr Harsha)

  • ADAMS Compassionate Healthcare Network

  • ADAMS Community Service

  • ADAMS Civic Engagement

  • ADAMS Interfaith/Government

  • ADAMS Scouts BSA Troop 2019

 

Please do NOT forward or post on social media/WhatsApp/chats/etc.

 

Following instructions below thru MEDSPACK Website are intended for the email recipient and their respective family ONLY to schedule an appointment at

  • ADAMS Sterling Mosque (46903 Sugarland Rd, Sterling VA)

 

Note: We are currently enrolling only LOUDOUN county residents, eligible for Phase 1A,1B (including people who are 65 years or older) - as defined below

 

Instructions:

  1. Visit our website at www.medspack.com

  2. Click on the tab ‘COVID-19 Vaccine Signup’ at the top of the page. (OR click here)

  3. Enter your email address in the email field.

  4. In the submit code field, enter the code ADMS164 and press submit code.

  5. Select the first and second dose" option. Please note the First Dose (Sunday, April 4) and the second dose (Sunday, May 2).

  6. Choose your specified location.

  7. The date is preselected, Choose your preferred time for the First dose and scroll down to select your preferred time for the Second dose.

  8. Fill out the required information on the form.

  9. If insurance name, Bin number, PCN, Group, and/or ID number are unavailable, please type ‘NA’ in the box.

  10. Once you are done answering the immunization questionnaire, you will be asked to sign twice.

  11. Press the submit button at the bottom, wait for the success message page to appear and check your email provided in the form to view your confirmation.

  12. Please bring or show us the confirmation email on the day of your vaccination.

Note: We are currently enrolling only people who are eligible for Phase 1A, 1B (including people who are 65 years or older).

IMPORTANT: SHARING OR REUSING THE CODE WILL INVALIDATE YOUR ORIGINAL APPOINTMENT.

 

If you have any questions, please email at support@medspack.com

 

Who Is Currently Eligible for Vaccine?

https://www.loudoun.gov/5494/Phases-COVID-19-Vaccine

  • Phase 1a (PDF): comprised of health care workers and long-term care residents.

  • Phase 1b (PDF): includes people aged 65 and over, those 16-64 with high-risk health conditions, and front-line workers who are defined as essential to the functioning of society and are at higher risk of exposure to the virus. Front-line essential workers in this priority group include: 

  1. Police, fire and hazmat workers

  2. Corrections and homeless shelter workers

  3. Child care/K-12 teachers/staff

  4. Food and agriculture workers (including veterinarians)

  5. Manufacturing workers

  6. Grocery store workers

  7. Public transit workers

  8. Mail carriers (USPS and private) 

  9. Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public-facing judicial workers)

  10. Clergy/Faith Leaders

  11. Janitorial/Cleaning staff

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can a COVID-19 vaccine make me sick with COVID-19?

  • No. None of the COVID-19 vaccines contain the virus so a COVID-19 vaccine cannot make you sick with COVID-19.

 

After getting a COVID-19 vaccine, will I test positive for COVID-19 on a viral test?

  • No. The vaccine will not make you test positive on viral tests. Viral tests look for viral RNA or antigen, which is only present when the virus exists in the body. You may test positive on antibody tests, which look for protective antibodies. This is okay as the goal of the vaccination is to help you develop antibodies to fight off the virus.

  • Please note if you catch COVID-19 after vaccination, you can test positive on a COVID-19 test. So, please follow the mask mandate even after vaccination.

  • If I have already had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need to get vaccinated?

  • Yes. Experts do not know how long someone is protected from getting sick again after recovering from COVID-19. Current evidence suggests that getting the virus again is uncommon in the 90 days after the first infection.

 

Will a COVID-19 vaccination protect me from getting sick with COVID-19?

  • Yes. COVID-19 vaccination works by teaching your immune system how to recognize and fight the virus that causes COVID-19, and this protects you from getting sick with COVID-19.

 

Will a COVID-19 vaccine alter my DNA?

  • No. COVID-19 vaccine contains messenger RNA (mRNA). This does not change or interact with your DNA in any way. mRNA never enters the nucleus of a cell, where DNA is kept. mRNA is a set of instructions (“recipe”) that tells the cell protein-making machinery to produce the antibodies needed to fight off the virus. The mRNA is broken down once the instructions have been used.

 

Is it safe for me to get a COVID-19 vaccine if I would like to have a baby one day?

  • Yes. People who want to get pregnant in the future may receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccine, like other vaccines, works by training our bodies to develop antibodies to fight against the virus that causes COVID-19, to prevent future illness. There is currently no evidence that antibodies formed from the COVID-19 vaccination cause any problems with pregnancy. There is no evidence suggesting that fertility problems are a side effect of ANY vaccine.

 

What are the ingredients in COVID-19 vaccines?

  • The two COVID-19 vaccines currently available in the US do not contain eggs, preservatives, latex, gelatin or fetal cells.

 

Researchers rushed the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, so its effectiveness and safety cannot be trusted.

  • This is incorrect. The vaccine developers did not skip any testing steps. Rather, they conducted some of the steps on an overlapping schedule to gather data faster. The developers also received the viral genetic material early during the pandemic, so they were able to start working early. They also used a development process that allowed them to start early.

 

There are several side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines.

  • There are short-term mild or moderate vaccine reactions that resolve without complication or injury. About 15% of people develop short-lived symptoms at the site of the injection. 50% develop systemic reactions primarily headache, chills, fatigue or muscle pain or fever lasting for a day or two. Keep in mind that these side effects are indicators that your immune system is responding to the vaccine and are common when receiving vaccines.

 

The COVID-19 vaccine was developed to control the general population either through microchip tracking or "nanotransducers" in our brains.

  • There is no vaccine microchip, and the vaccine will not track people or gather personal information into a database. This myth started after comments made by Bill Gates from The Gates Foundation about a digital certificate of vaccine records. The technology he was referencing is not a microchip, has not been implemented in any manner and is not tied to the development, testing or distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.