Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions
CVS in Weaverville has just began giving Pfizer vaccine to those 16 years of age and older. MCHD Clinics and Weaverville Community Clinic (Rancheria) are also providing vaccinations.
Yes please register!!!
We are not holding a COVID-19 vaccine pod this week (March 26th) We will resume weekly PODS on Fridays only starting April 2. Registration will open Tuesday March 30th. We will not be administering Janssen vaccine until we receive more doses, likely not until mid-April.
The MyTurn system on our www.trinitycounty.org website is where you will make your second dose appointment beginning March 16th
Please consult with your medical provider as there are some medications that reduce immune responses to vaccine, it does not mean cannot receive it, but the immune response to the COVID 19 vaccine may be sub optimal with some immunosuppressive medications so please check with your physician.
You would be eligible for you second dose at our second dose PODS on March 19, 2021. You will be able to register for that PODS starting next week. We will put out a press release when MyTurn is open for that date.
Trinity County will receive first doses and will resume having first dose clinics likely toward the end of March.
Thank you so much, we are committed to ensuring all Trinity County residents receive vaccine and continue to work toward that end. We thank all of our residents for their patience and understanding.
First dose TCPHB PODS for school staff including Teachers began February 11th. At this time our PODS in March are second dose only PODS we will be adding more first dose PODS once we are able to administer all second doses due in March. We will put out a Press Release as well as notify the media and social media.
Registration for our March 12 Second dose only PODS will open in MyTurn on March 9 in the afternoon.