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UNC Health is closely monitoring the situation regarding the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. As a precaution, we will follow the FDA’s recommendation and pause vaccinations using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine until federal authorities are able to review data and provide further guidance. Patients who were scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at UNC Health vaccination clinics today will be offered one of the other vaccines where possible or rescheduled as necessary. Severe reactions are rare. Click here for information on when to seek medical care.


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Our Mission

UNC Health’s mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of North Carolinians. During this pandemic, now more than ever, it is critically important that you have the facts so you can feel confident in making the choice to protect yourself. We pledge to keep you informed with updates as we receive them.

Our Experts

Epidemiology and infectious disease experts across UNC Health and the UNC School of Medicine have reviewed all available data on the COVID-19 vaccine candidates.

Dr. David Weber

Medical director of hospital epidemiology and associate chief medical officer of UNC Health Care. Read more about Dr. Weber.

Dr. David Wohl

Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases in the UNC School of Medicine. Read more about Dr. Wohl and his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Cynthia Gay

Associate Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and primary investigator for the Moderna Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial at the UNC School of Medicine. Read more about Dr. Gay.

Dr. Crystal Wiley Cené

UNC Health Executive Director for Health Equity and Associate Professor of Medicine. Read more about Dr. Cené’s work on health equity related to the pandemic.

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