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updated 4/13/2021

COVID Vaccine Updates!

We have expanded our ability to provide the vaccine to more clinical sites and have added vaccine availability to Sierrita and Bagdad clinics.  Currently, eligible patients 18+ can register to be vaccinated with the Moderna vaccine in Morenci, Sierrita, and Bagdad.  Please see updates below:

Morenci: 

4/13/21 UPDATE: Today, the CDC and FDA recommended a pause on administering the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.  If you are currently scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you will be contacted by a vaccine coordinator who will adjust your appointment to receive the Moderna vaccine. (scroll to the bottom of the page to read more)

Starting Monday April 5, will start accepting walk-ins for the Moderna vaccine from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm at the GHR clinic, however, only those that register via our website will be guaranteed vaccines.

Appointment slots available daily

Sierrita:

Appointment slots available for Monday, April 26th.

Bagdad:

Appointment slots available for Monday, May 3rd.

Registering online secures your appointment slot, but we are also taking walk-in vaccinations as supply is available.

To be registered, please click below and complete your online registration where you will be asked your name, date of birth, address, occupation, medical conditions (if any) and your preferred vaccination site.  After registering online, you will be contacted by phone to be given an appointment time and location.  If you have any questions, please email COVIDVaccineQuestions@gilahealth.com or call 928-865-7512.

** When registering to be vaccinated, you may be asked to enter your insurance information.  This is to bill your insurance for the cost of administering the vaccine only.  You will not be charged any co-pays or out-of-pocket costs for the vaccine.

****4/13/2021 CDC/FDA UPDATE ON JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE**

The CDC and FDA have recommended pausing Use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine out of an abundance of caution, pending further evaluation of the very rare occurrence of blood clots. Consequently, vaccination clinics in Greenlee County using Johnson and Johnson vaccine are being cancelled pending further guidance. The rare occurrence of clots has NOT been associated with the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines which are of a different type than the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Vaccination with the Moderna vaccine is still available in Greenlee County and is continuing to be offered to protect residents from severe COVID disease.

Gila Health Resources & Greenlee County Health Department

https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2021/s0413-JJ-vaccine.html

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