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Some Covid-19 Vaccines Appts Available

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Covid-19 vaccination appts available are either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. There are no single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccines being offered at this time.

 

Go to www.rivcoph.org/covid-19-vaccine to find appts and reserve a spot.

 

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There ARE appts being offered on Friday March 26th at the Palm Springs Convention Center.

 

There ARE some appts available for Tuesday March 30th, Weds March 31st and Thurs April 1st  at the Riverside County Fairgrounds in Indio.

 

There ARE some appts available for Friday March 26th, Sat March 27th and Sun March 28th at the Carl May Center in Desert Hot Springs

 

There ARE some appts available at Tahquitz High School in Hemet.

 

There ARE some appts available at the old Sears Building in Riverside

 

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There are NO appts at the Indio Clinic on Oasis St.

 

There are NO appts available at the Chatigny Senior Community Center in Beaumont.

 

There are NO appts available at the Moreno Valley Mall.

 

Also check the county website, www.rivcoph.org/covid-19-vaccine for vaccine availability at Ralph’s, Rite Aid, Albertson’s, Costco, Walgreen’s, Eisenhower Health, and Desert Oasis HealthCare.

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You can get a vaccination at some CVS drug stores.

Find appts and reserve one at www.cvs.com

 

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Who can get vaccinated?

 

Phase 1A: 

·        Healthcare workers

·        Long-term care residents

 

Phase 1B: 

·        Individuals 65 and older

 

Sector populations:

·        Agriculture and food

·        Education and childcare

·        Emergency services

Other State Approved Categories: 

·        Public transit workers

·        Janitorial/Custodial service workers

·        Congregate residential setting workers and residents

·        Individuals 16-64 with underlying medical conditions or disabilities

 

 

Doctor’s hands, wearing blue rubber gloves, sticking a vaccination needle into the arm of a female patient as patient watches.

Photo from Alpha Media USA Portland OR.


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