Yuma County will get more coronavirus vaccine next week

YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) – The Yuma County Public Health District (YCPHD) announced Friday that it will receive 7,200 doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine next week. However, no new dates for recordings will be made.

YCPHD will distribute most of the cans to its partner agencies. A number is reserved for appointments scheduled during the previous registration period and for those who need their second shot.

Only those who receive a call from YCPHD notifying them of an appointment are eligible for vaccinations. If you received your first dose in the Health District before January 7th and were unable to schedule your second dose, please email the Health District at [email protected]. Include your contact information and the date you received your first dose. The staff will check your details and contact you to make an appointment.

YCPHD is working closely with the Yuma Regional Medical Center (YRMC) on plans for future major clinics. YRMC opened its new pre-registration process on Friday. This allows the beneficiaries to put their names on a waiting list for future vaccine assignments.

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