Utah – Coronavirus FAQ

Does Utah’s air pollution increase the risk of the virus spreading?

Whether or not the environment increases risk is unknown. However, individuals who have underlying lung conditions like asthma or chronic lung disease that are affected by environmental factors could be at risk of having a more complicated illness course if they’re infected with COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).

I have a visit scheduled at Jordan Landing Clinic. What are the risks of contracting COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)?

Safety is our priority at Jordan Landing Clinic. We are prepared to continue safe, routine care during public health issues. It’s important that you continue to access care for your health needs as you normally would. If you have a procedure, appointment, or test scheduled and you are healthy, there is no reason to cancel these appointments.

Immunizations and Flu Clinic

Whether you need a flu shot, school vaccinations, or other inoculations, we are able to provide you and your family with the necessary immunizations necessary to maintain your health.

  • Availability:We stock a wide range of vaccinations (from booster shots to tetanus shots to school shots).
  • Quality of service:We administer vaccines according to the best practices established by both the CDC and the general medical field.
  • Convenience:With CPC, you have several locations as well as extended hours and Saturday hours.

Flu Clinic

Our practice prides itself in providing you and your family members with the influenza vaccine. Influenza is a contagious disease that spreads itself amongst people throughout the United States. It is commonly spread by coughing, sneezing and close contact to individuals of all ages. Statistics have shown, though, that the risk of getting the flu is the highest in children. Symptoms of the flu include:

  • Fever/chills
  • Sore throat
  • Fatigue
  • Coughing
  • Headaches
  • Stuffy and runny nose

Getting a flu vaccine in the form of an injection will not contain any live influenza virus but is instead an “inactivated or recombinant” vaccine. A live attenuated influenza vaccine is given as a spray into the nose. It is recommended to get a flu vaccine every year, with the flu season generally occurring between October and May.

You should not get an influenza vaccine if:

  • You have any severe, life-threatening allergies
  • You have ever had Guillain-Barre Syndrome

For more information on influenza vaccine, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.