When will a vaccine be available?

The California Department of Public Health has issued the first allocation of vaccines for Plumas County. This is our first allocation for the beginning of Phase 1 - additional allocations will be made for Phase 1 and as we move through Phases 2, 3 and 4 of distribution. Initially, supply will be limited and prioritized for frontline healthcare workers most at risk for exposure to COVID. These first doses will be direct shipped to acute care hospitals and long term care facilities. 

As supply increases and the vaccine is available to more groups of people, we will update this information here.

It is estimated that the vaccine will be available for the general public by June or July of 2021.

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1. When will a vaccine be available?
2. When will healthcare provider offices receive the vaccine?
3. How will older adults (age 65+) with or without underlying health conditions know when they can get vaccinated?
4. Can my family and I get a COVID-19 vaccine?
5. What will it cost to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
6. Where will I go to get the vaccine once it’s available?
7. If vaccines are coming, do I still have to wear a mask, keep a distance, and avoid gatherings?