Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions
We have begun to allocate vaccine to our hospitals that will then provide the vaccine to their clinic network. It is our goal that all clinics in Trinity County will vaccinate their clients, starting with those that are 65 years of age and older as well as those any age that have existing conditions that put them at risk. We encourage our residents to reach out to their healthcare providers on a regular basis to check if the vaccine is available through their healthcare provider.
We have 600 doses available at this time. We have had to accumulate those over time due to weekly shipments of 100 doses only to our County.
In order to ensure the safety of those being vaccinated, we are excluding persons that have both contraindications and precautions that could put them at risk in a mass distribution setting such as our PODS. This does not mean they are not able to receive vaccine through other avenues such as their providers, a pharmacy, etc. once vaccine is available through other entities beyond the health department.
We will be verifying appointment time at check in; however we do not check identification.
There is no need to bring any evidence regarding COVID-19 infection or a negative test result. According to the Moderna Vaccine guidance persons experiencing illness due to COVID-19 would wait until they have recovered from the acute illness before receiving vaccine. This is also true for any acute illness that is moderate or severe in nature (i.e., fever, etc.) that is present at the time of vaccination.
The online registration closes once the slots are filled. There will be more PODS dates coming soon with information on registration. We are working with state and local partners to address vaccine supply limitations and we are working to address any issues with registration systems.
The appointment time would be scheduled at the same time as registration by the person that is registering for the PODS. If you have not received an email confirming your scheduled time, you will need to contact public health for assistance. Only those who successfully registered for vaccination can schedule their appointment at this time. If you haven't completed your registration, you will need to sign up when registration reopens as all appointment slots for the PODS on the 29th and 30th... Read more
We will be providing this information to the public no later than Friday of this week.
We will have online registration available no later than this Friday and will put out a press release.
We plan to have the website up and running no later than Friday and will provide a press release.