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NIHD Medical Staff recognizes COVID-19 Heroes

Northern Inyo Healthcare District’s Medical Staff is pleased to recognize staff who have gone above-and-beyond the call of duty in providing care to patients, or service to the District, during the pandemic. For January, the  bestowed the COVID-19 Hero Awards upon three nursing team members, Tracy Aspel, Robin Christensen, and Dorman “Ben” McShan. Dr. Charlotte […]

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Mono County Says Pre-Register for the Vaccine and COVID-19 Testing Schedule

Pre-Register for COVID-19 Vaccine Mono County Public Health is encouraging Mono County residents to pre-register to be vaccinated by completing the online, confidential Vaccine Questionnaire. COVID-19 vaccines are entirely voluntary, and free for Mono County residents. The questionnaire will assist Mono County Public Health prioritize COVID-19 immunizations per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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 STATE REVISES VACCINE GUIDANCE TO INCLUDE AGES 65+ | Inyo County Makes Change Yesterday, the California Department of Public Health revised the California COVID-19 vaccination plan to include individuals 65 and older in Phase 1B Tier 1, along with non-medical first responders, teachers, school support staff, and childcare workers, and high-exposure front-line workers in the […]

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Inyo County COVID-19 vaccine available to those 75 & older* at NIHD (*may change to 65)

Inyo County COVID-19 vaccine available to those 75 & older* at NIHD beginning Thursday, January 14th. (*Subject to change from 75 to 65 and older based on recent announcement from state.) Northern Inyo Healthcare District will begin vaccinating Inyo and Mono residents age 75 and older this week by appointment. This move transitions Inyo County […]

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Covid Vaccine Roll-Out in Inyo County Called Cumbersome

While the Pfizer, and soon to come Moderna, COVID-19 vaccines are the solution to the world-wide pandemic, actually rolling out the vaccines, even in a small county, comes with its own set of issues. As the number of positive cases in Inyo keep rising, those issues were at the forefront of Health and Human Services […]

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