COVID-19 Testing, Prevention and Resources

COVID-19 Testing in West Long Branch, NJ


Book Rapid COVID-19 Testing in West Long Branch, NJ


AFC Urgent Care West Long Branch offers virtual urgent care visits for patients:

Rapid COVID-19 Testing available at AFC Urgent Care West Long Branch

AFC Urgent Care West Long Branch is now providing patients with COVID-19 testing to give patients critical access to testing resources. Any patient that wants to get tested needs to first book a telemedicine visit through our online portal. 

If you want to get started on COVID-19 testing, please book a telemedicine appointment here. We offer standard PCR testing, Rapid COVID Testing, and antibody testing for patients.

COVID-19 is one of the most dangerous global health crises in 2021, which is now flagged as a major public health concern in the United States. For patients, it is imperative to follow Centers for Disease Control (CDC)World Health Organization (WHO), and local healthcare officials.

AFC Urgent Care West Long Branch is here to provide you with the best sources of information from leading healthcare agencies, and frequent major media updates. Misinformation from unverified social media sources can cause patients to panic or participate in ineffective prevention methods. Use the following modules and links to learn more!

COVID-19 FAQS for Patients:

How can I prevent COVID-19? 

Public health officials want to make it clear to patients that routine hygiene and general disease prevention are crucial to lowering your risk of getting a coronavirus infection. In fact, the CDC outlined the key prevention methods which are similar to the flu and common cold Here are a few more specific prevention strategies for patients:

“As with other respiratory viruses, we recommend people protect themselves and others by practicing everyday actions:

  • Clean hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing.
  • Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Get an annual flu vaccine if you have not had one.
  • Practice social distancing to avoid the spread whenever you have to leave your household. 


What should I know about the COVID-19 Vaccine?

The New Jersey Department of Public Health provides frequent updates related to COVID-19 vaccine eligibility, access, and information. The most important thing to understand is that the vaccine is a safe and effective tool in protecting patients from the virus. 

Follow updates from your local health department and providers to learn the facts about the vaccine. If you have any questions reach out to the Department of Health or follow their online updates each day to learn more.