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BCPH Gets first round Covid Vaccines

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – The State has allocated nearly 10,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to Butte County, which includes approximately 3,000 doses from Pfizer and 7,000 doses from Moderna. Of these doses, Butte County Public Health (BCPH) has allocated almost 5,000 to Enloe Medical Center, with an anticipated delivery date of late next week. These early doses of both vaccines will be prioritized to healthcare workers who are most at risk of exposure to COVID-19. The vaccine is not available to other healthcare workers or the general public at this time. This is the first vaccine allocation for Phase 1 – additional doses will be allocated as: • Supply increases • Additional local healthcare providers are identified and invited by BCPH to register with the State as an approved COVID-19 vaccine provider • New Phases of distribution are activated BCPH anticipates that additional acute care hospitals in Butte County will complete the registration process in time to receive allocations for the next order. Orders will be placed weekly, every Thursday. Healthcare providers who have not been contacted directly by BCPH to register with CDPH as a vaccine provider are not currently identified to receive the vaccine in the first phase of distribution. These providers should wait to be contacted by BCPH. BCPH continues to receive information from the federal and state government about vaccine prioritization, allocation, requirements, and timelines, and will continue to share that information with stakeholders and the public as it is received. View more information about the COVID-19 vaccine in Butte County: