MARCH 17TH UPDATE:
Beginning March 17th, Washington State has moved into Phase 1B Tier 2 of
the distribution of COVID-19 Vaccinations.
If you are someone who falls into Phase 1B Tier 2 or a phase that has already
begun, and have not gotten your vaccination and would like too, please
give us a call so we can schedule your appointment.
If you have any questions regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine, text us at 509-488-5256.
FEBRUARY 19TH UPDATE:
Currently, we are experiencing a delay in our shipment of COVID-19 Vaccines
due to weather. This is a statewide issue and there is no tentative date
of when they will arrive to our facility.
If you are due for your second COVID-19 vaccine dose, don’t worry!
We put together some recommended information from the CDC if there is
a delay on receiving your vaccine.
2nd dose should not be scheduled to be received earlier than the recommended
1 month (28 days)
2nd dose can be administered within a grace period of 4 days earlier than
the recommended date for the 2nd dose is still considered valid.
Doses inadvertently administered earlier than the grace period should not
The 2nd dose should be administered as close to the recommended interval
If it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval and a delay
in vaccination is unavoidable, the 2nd dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines
may be administered up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the 1st dose.
There are currently limited data on efficacy of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines
administered beyond this window. If the 2nd dose is administered beyond
these intervals, there is no need to restart the series.
Thank you for staying patient in this process and for doing your part and
getting vaccinated against COVID-19. If you are interesting in getting
vaccinated, give us a call to be put on our waitlist.
If you have any questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine, call us or text us
JANUARY 27TH UPDATE:
COVID-19 Vaccinations are still underway for those under Phase 1B, Tier 1!
What does this mean?
Phase 1B, Tier 1 is for individuals that are:
• 65 or Older
• 50 or Older and live in a multigenerational household
If you are an individual that falls into Phase 1A and have not yet received
your vaccine, you are still able to do so.
ROYAL CITY: We will be having a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Royal City on
Wednesday, February 3rd from 10am – 2pm at the New Life Church.
Call/text to schedule your appointment (while supplies last)! 509-488-5256
You do not need to be a CBHA patient to receive the vaccine. Please be
sure to bring your ID.
If you can’t travel to Royal City and would like to be placed on
a waiting list in our Othello, Connell or Mattawa Clinics, please give
us a call.
What does multigenerational household mean?
A Household where individuals from 2 or more generations live in such as
an elder and a grandchild.
JANUARY 19TH UPDATE:
The COVID-19 Vaccine is NOW AVAILABLE for individuals in Phase 1B Tier 1!
All individuals that are eligible in Phase 1A and Phase 1B Tier 1 will
be able to receive the vaccine. (65 and older and/or 50 and older and
living in a multigenerational household (two or more generations).
We will be having a
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at our Wahluke Clinic this Saturday, January 23rd
from 10am-3pm for those who qualify under the guidelines of the current phase. You do
not need to be a CBHA patient to receive the vaccine, simply call/text
to schedule your appointment or arrive as a walk-in (while supplies last).
Please be sure to bring your ID.
If you can’t travel to Mattawa and would like to be placed on a waiting
list in our Othello or Connell Clinics, please give us a call. 509-488-5256.
What does multigenerational household mean?
A household where individuals from 2 or more generations live such as an
elder and a grandchild.
DECEMBER 18TH UPDATE:
The COVID-19 Vaccine has received Emergency Use Authorization approval
by the Food and Drug Administration and the first supplies are in Washington!
There are 4 phases to how the vaccine will be delivered, and the Center
of Disease Control is directing that the first dose of vaccines be given
to high-risk healthcare workers.
Because the vaccinations are currently limited, we will not be administering
them to the public just yet.
We will keep you updated on when the vaccine will be available for everyone.
Learn about the COVID-19 Vaccine:
How COVID-19 Vaccines Are Made (VIDEO)
How Would COVID-19 Vaccines Work In Your Body (VIDEO)
COVID-19 Vaccine (VIDEO)
How are COVID vaccines being produced faster?
Usually vaccine testing and production are done as separate steps, but
because of the pandemic, vaccines are being developed on parallel tracks
- meaning we’re still doing both steps, just at the same time.
How are the vaccines being tested?
Several different COVID vaccines are in testing right now. Each of them
goes through more than one clinical trial; first with a small group of
volunteers, then a couple hundred, then thousands.
Find answers to frequently asked questions and get the latest information at
Will you have to pay for the vaccine?
No, the vaccine is free for you. This is true for people who have private
insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or are uninsured. Please be sure to bring
your insurance card with you.
If you do not have insurance, let us know and our Patient Benefits team
can help you secure coverage.