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County to change COVID-19 vaccine appointment sign up website

January 21, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine appointment
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The county website for residents to get an appointment at an upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinic will soon change. This is in response to technical issues experienced today as thousands of Riverside County residents attempted to make appointments for vaccine.

Appointments for COVID-19 vaccine clinics available Thursday for upcoming clinics at Lake Elsinore stadium, Perris and Indio fairgrounds

January 20, 2021

Appointments for COVID-19 vaccine clinics
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Riverside County received 26,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine this week to distribute among community partners. Of this week’s allocation, 3,900 doses will be used for six additional county-run vaccine clinics. Supply of vaccine continues to be limited and demand for vaccine high.

Public Health clinics in Riverside County not impacted by ‘pause’ in Moderna vaccine

January 18, 2021

Public Health clinics in Riverside County not impacted by ‘pause’ in Moderna vaccine
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The four county-operated COVID-19 vaccination sites, on all four scheduled days this week, will not be impacted by the “pause” being requested by the state’s epidemiologist for some doses of the Moderna vaccine.

Demand for COVID-19 vaccine is high and doses extremely limited

January 16, 2021

Demand for COVID-19 vaccine is high and doses extremely limited
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There are 2.4 million residents in Riverside County, including approximately 343,000 seniors aged 65 or older. The estimate for the number of people currently eligible to receive the vaccine in Riverside County is in excess of 700,000.

Riverside County health officials have scheduled more COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout region

January 15, 2021

 COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout region
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Registration is now open for several COVID-19 vaccine clinics planned for those in Phase 1A (all tiers), and 1B (tier 1), which includes individuals 65 and older. There will be more than 11,000 additional appointments available across all RUHS-Public Health clinics from Jan. 19 – Jan. 22. Appointments are available on a first-come, first-serve basis within the current tiers. More appointments will be available as additional vaccine is received.