Coronavirus: Clark County still has vaccination appointments available for this week

The Clark County Combined Health District still has roughly 1,900 COVID-19 vaccines available for this week.

The health district is expected to give roughly 8,000 Moderna vaccinations this week, with 4,500 going to K-12 educators and second doses. That leaves the remaining 3,500 available to those in the general public who currently qualify.

The health district is taking appointments for residents 60 and older, those working in childcare, funeral services, law enforcement and corrections officers will be eligible under Phase 1c, as well as people with type 1 diabetes, pregnancy, bone marrow transplant recipients and people with ALS.

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In addition to those newly eligible, those with a qualifying health condition from Phase 1b can also schedule an appointment.

Those who were eligible for vaccination in phase 1a, including non-hospital affiliated healthcare workers and congregate care residents and staff, nursing home or assisted living facilities not enrolled in the federal long-term care pharmacy program are able to schedule appointments.

Residents eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine can schedule an appointment by calling the health district at 937-717-2439 or can schedule online at ccchd.com.

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