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Shasta County expects covid-19 vaccine to arrive this week 12/14/2020

Published December 17, 2020

With the COVID-19 vaccine is here in California, Shasta County Public Health expects it to be delivered on December 15 or December 16.

Mercy Medical Center will serve as both the distribution and storage site.

Once Mercy gets the vaccine then other health care facilities can pick up their allotted doses. Shasta County Public Health says it's up to each healthcare facility to decide how to administer the vaccine to staff.

The county is getting 2000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine.

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