COVID-19 Vax Seekers Can Forget the 2 a.m. Online Searches, Appointment Notifications and Virtual Queues

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Bucks County COVID-19 Vaccines
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As of last Wednesday, Bucks County COVID vaccine clinics are issuing shots on a walk-in basis. 

Clinics also will honor appointments that have already been made. But the days of appointment-only access are past. 

The single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine is being administered in Warwick; all BCCC campuses and the Neshaminy Mall location are using the two-shot Pfizer version. 

Bucks County resumed administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine Tuesday after the CDC lifted its temporary national suspension. The vaccine was deemed safe after a review over concerns about blood clots. 

“J&J is an important part of the vaccine response, and the benefits have been shown to greatly outweigh any potential risks,” said Dr. David Damsker, director of the Bucks County Health Department. 

Walk-in vaccination is now available at: 

  • Warwick Square Shopping Center Clinic, Jamison 
  • Bucks County Community College Perkasie Campus 
  • Bucks County Community College Bristol Campus 
  • Bucks County Community College Newtown Campus 
  • Neshaminy Mall, Bensalem

After a first Pfizer vaccine, recipients will schedule its second injection. 

More vaccine information is available from the Bucks County Health Department

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