COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATES
On Monday, February 9, 2021, Palomar Health unveiled today the region’s first COVID-19 Resource Clinic that offers vaccines, testing and monoclonal anti-body therapy in one location. These services are open to the public and available by appointment only by going to Palomar Health’s website. Anti-body therapy is offered by physician referral only. Source: Palomar Health, accessed 2/9/21.
Effective January 18, 2021 healthcare workers, others in Phase 1A (all Tiers), and those aged 75 and older may visit County vaccination sites, including the Petco Park Super Station. For those 65 and older, the County intends to begin vaccinations for this population before the end of the month, pending vaccine supply. Doctors, pharmacists, and other healthcare providers may administer vaccinations to those 65 and older, if they have doses available. Source: www.vaccinationsuperstationsd.com.
PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY UPDATES
- Things to know about the COVID-19 epidemic
- Daily activities and going out
- Understanding how vaccines work
- California expands eligibility for coronavirus vaccine
- State officials announce latest COVID-19 facts
- Blueprint for a Safer Economy
- List of San Diego County Vaccine Sites and Appointment Information
- COVID-19 testing in San Diego County
- List of Riverside County Vaccine Sites and Registration Information
- COVID-19 testing in Riverside County
GRAYBILL COVID-19 UPDATES
We are now offering COVID-19 vaccines to eligible patients on a limited basis
- NOT TO CALL for a vaccine appointment. The Graybill Call Center is not able to schedule this type of appointment. Please reserve our phone lines for medical related issues.
- NOT TO SHARE their invitation with others. Our vaccines are reserved for Graybill patients who meet certain demographic criteria in accordance with health authorities.