At Redmond fairgrounds; pharmacies get doses; different clinics out of doses
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — The Oregon Well being Authority allotted 1,300 first-dose COVID-19 vaccines to Deschutes County for the week — and by the tip of the primary day of appointments on Tuesday, they have been all booked up.
“This week’s vaccine appointments at the moment are totally booked,” the county stated late Tuesday afternoon. “No further appointments can be found. Details about subsequent week’s vaccine allocation and appointment availability is anticipated to be obtainable on Friday.”
To remain up-to-date on vaccine info, please go to www.deschutes.org/covid19vaccine.a
Beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m., eligible people have been scheduling appointments on-line or by cellphone to obtain their first-dose vaccine on the Deschutes County Honest & Expo Middle.
Eligible groups include:
Vaccine appointments might be scheduled on-line at https://www.stcharleshealthcare.org/covidvaccine.
If you happen to want help scheduling a vaccine appointment, please name 541-699-5109. Employees is accessible from 9 a.m. to five p.m., seven days per week.
Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
Some retail pharmacies in Central Oregon are providing the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible teams by the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination. There is not going to be sufficient vaccines to vaccinate all eligible Oregonians at these places because of the restricted provide. Appointments could also be obtainable by visiting:
Different vaccine clinics
100 first dose appointments have been scheduled by Mosaic Medical for eligible residents. Extra appointments usually are not obtainable. Please don’t name the clinic to inquire about receiving a vaccine.
100 first dose appointments have been scheduled by the La Pine Senior Middle for eligible residents. Extra appointments usually are not obtainable.
St. Charles Household Care in Madras shall be offering the vaccine to some eligible sufferers this week. All appointments are full. Please don’t name the clinic to inquire about receiving a vaccine.
Central Oregonians in Criminal, Deschutes and Jefferson counties can sign up here to be notified when they’re eligible to obtain the vaccine.
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